Stefan hat mit “Das Commitment des Product Owners” einerseits sehr gut beschrieben, dass der Product Owner sich dem Ziel ebenfalls verpflichtet fühlen muss, und sein Handeln auch auf das Ziel ausrichten muss, hat aber einen Aspekt übersehen. Der Product Owner ist Teil des Scrum-Teams. Wenn also das Team (und damit kann er nur das Entwicklungsteam … weiterlesen →
Scaling, large distributed teams — a challenge to manage. Oops, did I wrote “manage”, sorry … I mean “to ensure that they can self-organize” need a structural set-up that enables communication across teams. The “Scrum of Scrums” is one idea to facilitate this communication. Here a my 3 Secrets to run them successful. No ScrumMaster … weiterlesen →
The Team — The Actors — They deliver the product and they are responsible for the quality. They work with End User, PO and Customers to understand the business requirements. The Teams performs its commitment voluntarily. They work continuously with the PO to define the strategic direction of the project. They are responsible to: Deliver … weiterlesen →
I am happy to anounce that I will run a Certified Scrum Training in Munich in May. More details you will find here.
Hi, in case you have not seen it: GO TO THE SCRUM GATHERING IN SAO PAULO. Call for Papers is still open. Helpes get free entrance. And the Scrum Alliance needs you help. Contact Jodi from the SA.
Scrum is not for everybody! — I needed to hear this from Ken again during the Orlando Gathering this year. I had a very bad experience in one of my last trainings. I was not relaxed enough just to listen away. But in fact Kens statement helped me again. Some people simple do not want … weiterlesen →
The talk of Alistair and Ken, that I mentioned Yesterday, was pointing out another very important aspect. We treat people as adults. We believe they are intelligent, smart, adult people who are responsible for their life. We do not believe that we do need to tell them what they have to do, in which way … weiterlesen →