Three tips on how to avoid the pitfalls ahead of you while managing the Product Backlog

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A sign written Keep Out
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Sidestep these six traps. #3 — Avoid the “meh” approach to Scrum Masters.

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Self-management doesn’t only come with rights, but also with responsibilities


Team writing tasks on post-it notes.
Team writing tasks on post-it notes.
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More people in the team can lead to more confusion instead of more results.

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“We need more output! Let’s add more people to the team!”


Even as a skeptic, I have to admit that Scrum does contain some very good elements. Let’s see what those are…

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A red light bulb illuminated above a sign reading “good records”
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How I prepared for this tough assessment

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Here are eight ways. #2 — Embrace your purists.

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