Summary of The Great ScrumMaster in 15 Tweets

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe book The Great ScrumMaster by Zuzana Šochová provides lots of ideas to help Scrum masters deal with everyday situations. In the book she describes the #ScrumMasterWay,  a concept which explores different levels where Scrum masters are normally acting: MyTeam, Relationship and Entire System. I did an interview with Zuzana Šochová about why we need Scrum masters, the...

Playing the Agile Self-assessment Game

The Agile Self-Assessment Game helps teams to discover how agile they are and what you can do to increase their agility. I played this game at the XP Days Benelux conference. Here’s how this went. Becoming agile is a journey, which can be difficult to travel....

Building a New Team Using Retrospectives Exercises

Building a new team can be challenging. People have to learn and get to know each other, and agree upon how they will be collaborating as a team. Retrospective exercises can be used for chartering teams, to define shared goals, agree upon the way of working, and...

Why do you want to become agile?

Becoming agile can help to achieve organizational goals. But setting agile as a goal for an organization does not work. The goal for a software organization should be to achieve results by delivering valuable products and services, not to become agile. Hence my...

Getting Feedback with the Perfection Game

The Perfection Game can be used to get feedback on a product or service that has been provided. It is also a retrospective exercise usable to discover strengths and define effective improvement actions. The perfection game gives power to the teams and helps them...

How to Adopt Agile Retrospectives

Adopting retrospectives is an organizational change where professionals adapt their way of working, their behavior. It won't just happen, and if not properly supported it may take much time, or even fail. You have to make clear what the purpose of retrospectives,...