Recently I decided not to use the word “estimation” in my coaching and trainings any more. Estimations are loaded with fear and asking people to do estimations creates stress. Although everybody knows that an estimate is not a prediction and that every estimate should be within a range, the result of estimates is that people … weiterlesen →
Henrik Knieberg allowed me to share his Version of an Excel Product Backlog template with you: Index Card Generator. Danielo Bardusco shared a very nice Excel based Product Backlog template with us: Danielos Barduscos Backlog Template. I got a very interesting case study from the Scrum Desk people: Scrum Desk Case Study. I forgot to … weiterlesen →
Hallo, an alle die in Berlin sind und an Scrum interessiert sind: Es gibt Ende Juli einen Scrum Stammtisch. Genauere Angaben findet ihr hier: Scrum-Stammtisch — Boris Gloger
Unfortunately some teams don’t have the option to work closer or don’t have walls on which to put cards. Organizations need to change, and to understand that using Scrum is more than having a product backlog, holding release and sprint planning sessions, having sprint reviews and retrospectives and daily scrum meetings. – Daniel Wildt What … weiterlesen →
In München findet nächste Woche ein Treffen von Scrum Interessierten statt. Mehr Infos hier im Netz: http://scrumaufdeutsch.pbwiki.com/
My new logo is here – I love it.
In my trainings I always explain the principle that teams pull their work from the backlog by using the metaphor of a supermarket. I do not do this because I find this picture so cool, but because it is the original root of the idea. Steering a production line based on the idea that the … weiterlesen →