Running a Sprint Planning Meeting 1 is more simple than you might think. Let us first discuss what you do not do: You do not – resize the backlog items You do not – estimate tasks Most Scrum Teams believe they should base their commitments after Sprint Planning 1 on the “Estimates” for the backlog … weiterlesen →
I found a review about the Certified ScrumMaster Training I did in Sao Paulo in May. Marcio Marinho said: The course was great, and I don’t have words to thank Boris, Peter and Danilo about the teachings and experiences shared with us. More The next classes will be in Cape Town and Johannesburg in South … weiterlesen →
I found this book: Lean in Hospitals by Mark Graban. I have not read it yet, but the idea is very interesting. I still believe that the focus on lean is the wrong direction. In “The Toyota Way” by Jeffrey Liker the principles behind the Toyota Production System are described. Liker mentions in his last … weiterlesen →
I am sure you know this video – but in case not – it is worth the 60 min you need to spend on watching it.
“Ein erstaunlich gutes deutschsprachiges Buch zu diesem Thema. Gut verständlich erklärt es die Grundlagen, geht aber auch ins Detail jedes einzelnen Punktes, beschreibt nachvollziehbar, wie man ihn umsetzen kann und geizt nicht mit Hinweisen aus der Praxis.” mehr Vielen Dank für die netten Worte! Boris
Heiko has written a very good enhancement of the Nokia Test. His idea is to add some aspects for the Product Owner: Does the Backlog entail a Vision? Does the Vision create a sustainable business values stream? This will generate a view on the business aspects of Scrum projects. I agree with Heiko that we … weiterlesen →
I was so fascinated by the editorial from the Editor of the Harvard Business Review, that I would like to share it here with you: Big ideas come from tackling big problems. When one is confronted with an overwhelming task, it’s pieces. Business jargon is full of phrases about that, like “pilot projects” and “low-hanging … weiterlesen →