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How to Choose the Right ScrumMaster
In our previous blog series, we looked at traditional organizational roles that sometimes move into the Product Owner role. We also examined the benefits and pitfalls of “converting” these individuals to product owners. Now, let’s answer the same question for the ScrumMaster role.
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Tags: ScrumMaster , Agile Careers
How to Choose the Right Product Owner Pt.3
In part 1 and 2 of this blog series, we looked at the benefits and pitfalls of filling the Product Owner role with either a business analyst or product manager. In the final installment of this blog, we’ll look at one more potential role transition: project manager to product owner.
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Tags: Product Owner , Agile Careers
How to Choose the Right Product Owner Pt.2
In Part 1 of this blog, we looked at the pros and cons of transitioning your business analysts into the Product Owner role. Another common role transition is from product manager to product owner. When my clients do this, their reasoning goes like so: “We want a product owner who understands and has accountability for the success of the product. Product managers are a natural choice.”
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Tags: Product Owner , Agile Careers
How to Choose the Right Product Owner
In this three-part blog series, we’ll look at some organizational roles that typically take on the Product Owner role and the pros and cons of each.
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Tags: Product Owner , Agile Careers
Increase Your Team's Productivity with Relative Estimation
Many people who attend my Certified ScrumMaster courses come from a background in traditional project management. One agile principle that many project managers find difficult to grasp is relative estimation. However, taking the time to learn how to perform relative estimation and why it works so well is essential for bridging this gap and ensuring that sprint commitments are consistently met.
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Tags: estimation , project management
The Druckman Company Expands Scrum Offerings in Seattle with Adam Weisbart
We’re very excited to announce our new partnership with Certified Scrum Trainer Adam Weisbart to offer Scrum training in the Seattle area! Partnering with Adam will allow us to better serve the Seattle agile community by providing additional Certified ScrumMaster courses in both the Seattle and Bellevue areas.
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Tags: announcements , training
Agile Profile – John Sproul
A challenge so many of our service men and women face as they transition from military careers to civilian life is that the job titles between the two worlds don’t map well. This was the case for John Sproul, a transitioning officer serving in the US Army.
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Tags: success stories
The Sit-Down Stand-Up
Convention says that the daily Scrum should always be done standing up. Staying on our feet helps keep the team focused, prevents long-winded conversations that wander off-topic and avoids the feeling of doing a status meeting. So sitting down during a daily scrum is always bad, right?
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Tags: scrum teams , daily scrum
The Druckman Company and Bob Sarni Partner to Offer Scrum Training
The Druckman Company is expanding! Starting in March, we’ll be partnering with Bob Sarni to offer Certified Scrum training in NYC.
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Tags: announcements , training
The Druckman Company Offers Weekend Scrum Training in Silicon Valley
I’m very excited to announce that The Druckman Company is now offering weekend Certified ScrumMaster courses in the Silicon Valley area!
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