How do you facilitate an effective Sprint Planning session?
Stop your Daily Scrum turning into a status report.
Learn to move beyond just a "demo" and get real feedback.
Make your improvement actions more effective.
There are four distinct sets of behaviours that strengthen as a team becomes more agile. While their growth in these behaviours is not linear, it does follow a predictable pattern of development and team evolution.
Get started with the basics
Focus on self-management
Master advanced practices, like Kanban and Design Thinking.
Apply Lean practices to optimise flow and minimise waste.
Apply Systems Thinking and optimise for the whole value stream.
How to use metrics to make improvements objective
Improve your team connectedness with this Retrospective pattern.
Stop Doing/Start Doing gets old quickly. Here are better patterns to use.
Define the rules of the team and its identity
Accountable for Scrum's effectiveness
Accountable for optimising the value of the product or service.
Accountable for delivering an Increment of work that meets the Definition of Done.
Accountable for the guardrails of self-management.
All of the work needed for the team to achieve its Product Goal
The work and the Sprint Goal for the team for the Sprint
When work gets to Done it creates an Increment
The quality standard that defines when work can be released
A way to define the work for the team in the Product Backlog