A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to be part of a project that Gunther Verheyen has been developing for a long time: An extense and humanized definiton of the Scrum Values.
There are a few people in the Agile world that inspire for different reasons. Personally, I prefer those who stand out for being different; risky, little complacent, with a deep vision ... I hope
Conquering space, respect and independency for a Scrum team inside de organization is a progressive process. It must always happen step by step and in the right moments.It can not be imposed
I hear a lot of sentences that start with something like:"What does Scrum say about ...?" or "In Scrum can we ...?" or "What does it happen in Scrum when ...?". And the most interesting
In an agile transformation process you start seeing changes pretty fast. You change the structure, the game rules, the roles ... and if you are a little careful, things start to go visibly better.
I saw that Tweet from Uncle Bob that resonates with something I have been thinking about and have interiorized. Agile is not simply a mindset. Agile is a set of values, principles, and
A Scrum Team is a team of people who share some roles, guidelines that explain how to work with the framework and are explained in the Scrum Guide, values, a series of events
When you are explaining Scrum or teaching people about it, it tends to appear in the group the tendency to establish similarities with other roles, positions or responsibilities they already know. "Then you
For those of us who work on improving the agility in our companies, we do not limit ourselves to frameworks implementation. Some people think that a Scrum Master work, for example, is just
This Christmas, in a long discussion after having lunch with a friend, I said:Do you know something that frustrates me sometimes? Realize that I am a person who has never lived pursuing