In 2006 I wrote a short article “Scrum Delivers”  in which I showed that the principles of the Toyota Production System as described by Jeffrey K. Liker  can be mapped to Scrum. In the following weeks I will show how Scrum maps these principles. The idea is to understand Scrum as a mindset not as … weiterlesen →
Kurt Nielsen has written a very nice short article that I would like to bring to your awareness: ——————————————————————————— I have been doing Scrum for almost 4 years now, and it is still exiting, especially when you see teams raise their bar to more than twice what the expected and four times as high as … weiterlesen →
I do not understand everything in this slide set – but it is definitely a very good start for people who speaks Portuguese. Please read it before you go to my class in Recife in two weeks.
Introduction: Scrumy.com created by Knockout Apps is maybe the most intuitive Scrum Tool I know so far. It is nothing else than a taskboard. When you go to www.scrumy.com you will see nothing as a clean and google like screen: You can generate a URL for you project taskboard and then you click “I´m feeling … weiterlesen →
One part of the Certified ScrumTraining in Vienna is the cooking part. Participants of the training cook in a competition against (with) each other. All people get a t-shirt that will empower them as Certified ScrumMaster. The cooks created wonderful dishes and everybody was satisfied with the food our Scrum Cooks created. You see that … weiterlesen →
Garr Reynolds, author of the real cool book “PresentationZen” features again Sir Ken Robinson who talks about creativity. Robinson talks in an interview about our education system. And he has very important points to make. The concept of school is to train people for the industrial life. The education system leave a huge area of … weiterlesen →
On Tobias critical statement about Jeff Sutherlands about Shock Therapy I found: Kripanidhi Says: Agile, Scrum, XP are all based on a very high discipline(self discipline)paradigms. These Values based, Self-organizing, Empirical Process driven Team Approaches need a very high team maturity. That’s why Kent Beck is now calling it “Responsible Development” – tied with Responsibility, … weiterlesen →