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Podcast #2 of the Agile for Humans FREE Evidence-Based Management (EBM) course. Join the Evidence-Based Management interactive two-day course here: https://bit.ly/eblcourse 📖 "Unlocking Business Agility with Evidence-Based Management: Satisfy Customers and Improve Organizational Effectiveness" on Amazon -- https://amzn.to/4690qJy Explore more: 📖 "U…
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This Evidence-Based Management (EBM) online training course introduces you to the Evidence-Based Management framework and gives you a fast path to measuring agility and certification. This course will teach you the basics of EBM and prepare you to take Scrum.org's Professional Agile Leadership - EBM (PAL-EBM) assessment. This is the best first step…
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Ryan and Todd discuss the uncertain and complex nature of recent layoffs, particularly in the tech industry, attributing them to various global events. Emphasizing a pragmatic approach to employment, they advise viewing the employer-employee relationship as a transactional exchange of time and talent for compensation. Todd and Ryan underscored the …
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Join us in this enlightening episode of "Becoming a Scrum Master," where host Ryan Ripley engages in a deep conversation with Stas Pavlov, a seasoned professional who transitioned from a project manager to a Scrum master and then to a product owner. In this episode, Stas shares his unique journey, insights into the Scrum framework, and valuable adv…
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Welcome to another episode of Your Daily Scrum with your favorite Scrum trainers, Todd and Ryan! 🌟 In today's episode, we dive deep into the often confusing world of Scrum accountabilities: What's the real difference between a Product Owner and a Product Manager? 🤔💼 🔑 Key Takeaways: Role Clarification: Understand the distinct roles and responsibili…
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🚀 Welcome to the latest episode of "Becoming a Scrum Master"! Today, we're thrilled to have Steve Porter, an influential figure in the world of Scrum, joining host Ryan Ripley for a deep dive into his Scrum journey. From his early days in software development to becoming a master of Scrum methodologies, Steve shares invaluable insights and experien…
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🔥 Welcome to our latest episode of "Becoming a Scrum Master"! In this must-watch video, we sit down with the incredible Laurens Bonnema, a seasoned professional scrum trainer and former scrum master, to dive deep into his inspiring journey in the scrum world. 👉 Don't forget to LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, and hit the NOTIFICATION BELL to stay updated with our …
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Unlock the secrets of efficient workflow management in our latest video! Dive into the world of Agile methodologies as we demystify key concepts like cycle time measurement and the art of right-sizing tasks. Perfect for project managers, Agile enthusiasts, and team leaders, this video is a goldmine of insights and practical advice. 🔍 What You'll Le…
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Struggling with product backlog management in Scrum? Dive into our in-depth discussion as we debunk common myths and reveal how to effectively manage dependencies in your product backlog. Perfect for product owners, scrum masters, and agile enthusiasts! ⚙️ Key Highlights: 🌟 Understanding Dependencies: How They Impact Backlog Ordering 💡 Myth Busting…
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🔗 Join Ryan & Todd's Scrum.org course: https://buytickets.at/agileforhumansllc 🚀 Dive into the heart of Agile practices with industry veterans Ryan Ripley and Chris Williams in this enlightening episode of "Fixing Your Agile Coaching." We explore Agile's critical aspects and future trajectory in the ever-evolving business landscape. 🌟 🔥 Key Topics …
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Todd discusses how to monitor work item age using Kanban. Discover how to define work's start and end points and how work item age is calculated. Learn about the tracking tools and how to monitor it using a traditional card-based board manually. For more details, check out our other videos on work item age. ⏩ Join Ryan and Todd for a Scrum.org cour…
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A listener asks about the International Scrum Institute and its legitimacy. We've never heard of it, so we direct listeners to other ways to get trained and certified. ⏩ Join Ryan and Todd for a Scrum.org course: https://buytickets.at/agileforhumansllc Todd and Ryan also co-authored a book - Fixing Your Scrum: Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Pr…
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A listener asks about the challenges faced by an infrastructure team working in Kanban, juggling two different tracking systems. This video delves into the complications of handling disjointed work and suggests streamlining processes using tools like Zapier and Python. ⏩ Join Ryan and Todd for a Scrum.org course: https://buytickets.at/agileforhuman…
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Can an inexperienced development team without any senior members can implement scrum? While there's a debate on the necessity of technical excellence for scrum's foundation, one suggestion is to define a clear DOD (definition of done) to unify the team. By revisiting and evolving this definition, teams can incrementally improve and move towards bet…
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In this episode, Todd and Ryan discuss what to do if you’re a Scrum Master whose team is performing so well you’re afraid of losing your job. Todd emphasizes analyzing your team under a broader sphere to see where gaps between your team and other teams may be. In addition, Ryan also emphasizes the importance of analyzing your team according to data…
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In this episode, Todd and Ryan discuss the do’s and don’ts of new product owners. Todd emphasizes the need to be decisive to ensure your people know who decides the order, and what your expectations are as the product owner. However, Todd also emphasizes the importance of being humble, and having a strong team of developers behind you. ⏩ Join Ryan …
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When dealing with working agreements gone wrong with a developer, we always hope that it’s a misunderstanding that can be solved with an easy conversation. In the cases where it’s not, we believe this is when a Scrum Master needs friends. Scrum Masters should always be willing to work with other areas of management such as leadership, financial, hu…
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A YouTube viewer sent in a question asking about the typical day in the life of a Scrum Master. Todd and Ryan talk about what their days look like when they are in the Scrum Master role and how each day usually looks a little different. Check out the video to learn about the things you'll see as a Professional Scrum Master. Want to learn more about…
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Richie Peters has experience as a Scrum Master with a background in engineering management and has worked in various software companies. Richie and Ryan discuss how Scrum implementations in organizations are challenging due to a lack of understanding and education about Agile principles among senior leadership. Executives often try to impose Scrum …
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In their conversation, Todd and Ryan discussed some self-study resources for Flow Metrics and Evidence-Based Management (EBM). They suggested starting with their YouTube channel's EBM series and reading Dan Vacanti's book "When Will It Be Done" for a comprehensive dive into Flow Metrics. ProKanban.org was recommended for further information on Flow…
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Todd and Thomas introduce The Modern Software Developer Series and examine the Battle Ship codebase. Grab the repo, follow along, and learn new modern software developer techniques. Battleship Case Studies can be found here: https://github.com/proscrumdev ⏩ Join Ryan and Todd for a Scrum.org course: https://buytickets.at/agileforhumansllc Todd and …
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Todd and Ryan address a question about handling unplanned work that is not measured in Sprint planning and affects a team's predictability in meeting Sprint goals. They recommend holding back capacity back in Sprint planning to account for the unplanned work and plan realistically rather than at 100% capacity. They suggest cutting capacity in half …
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The video discusses who should facilitate a Sprint review in a Scrum team. Todd and Ryan believe the Product Owner should be involved in the process to ensure the right stakeholders are present to adapt the product backlog. However, the Product Owner doesn't necessarily have to be the one facilitating the Sprint Review but should be responsible for…
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The video discusses methods for identifying waste and workflow bottlenecks, particularly in lean principles. Ryan and Todd suggest using flow metrics to identify trends, running activities with teams to identify specific issues, and validating that input through visualizations. Balancing efficiency with effectiveness and keeping the customer in min…
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The video discusses how someone who took a break from being a Scrum Master to run a food delivery business can get back into the role. Ryan and Todd suggest not to expect to start as a Scrum Master immediately and to consider other paths that may lead back to the role. They also advise preparing a narrative to explain the gap in the resume and upgr…
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