Facilitating an effective meeting or event can be challenging, especially for experienced professionals. The Facilitator can do a few things to increase attention and engagement. For example, you could shorten the length of meetings, use more interactive activities, and provide a clear agenda and purpose for the meeting. While eliminating daydreaming may not be possible,…
One of the best ways to improve your Scrum skills is to see what others are doing. Ideas can be philosophical arguments, case studies or practicum based on concrete experience. Ideas can also contain educational material and show how to integrate Scrum frameworks, or tools used to improve Scrum mastery.
Ideas can relate to any aspect of Scrum like Scrum Events, Scrum Artifacts, Single-Team Scrum, Multi-Team Scrum, etc. Often students of Scrum use a combination of several methods to improve on their practicality. There are also ideas on collective conflict avoidance, occupational transitions, and complex work environments. Regardless of the method you use, it's indisputable that the cycle of creating, sharing, collaborating and learning based on well-thought-out ideas will help you improve your Scrum skills.
9 ZONES OF SCRUM
We have seen thousands of Scrum Teams and dozens of distinct kinds of Scrum. We find that there are three distinctly-different types of Product Ownership and Sprint Planning, leading to Nine Zones of Scrum.
We continue to discover and observe better ways of building things by doing it and helping others do it. While there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.
We have spent decades using, exploring, and helping others implement, Scrum. We need to focus on the simple beauty of Scrum, and realize that there is little that matters other than creating it again.