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Get a head start on your first sprint by taking from what I learned in my first sprint.
A design sprint uses a set of methods to lead a team over a short period of time (less than a week) to learn, ideate, design, prototype and test solutions to a specific problem space.
As a leader, you can see connections in unexpected places. Learn how to facilitate with your team to bring their fresh perspectives to inspire new ideas.
The Focus StrengthsFinder talent is all about prioritizing and distilling options down to the critical few that must be done. Learn how to empower prioritization in your teams or organizations.
The Empathy StrengthsFinder talent means you have a raised awareness of the emotions of others and allows you to walk in another’s shoes. Learn to apply empathy in your leadership.
Learning leaders overcome challenges and invent new solutions. Discover how to apply your strengthsfinder learner talent to your leaders.
Learn to lead using your Strengthsfinder significance talent and you can take yourself and others from average to exceptional
The Developer StrengthsFinder talent means the growth of others fuels you. Learn 4 strategies to level up your developer strength.
The futuristic StrengthsFinder talent means you aren’t only focused on today or even just tomorrow. You look to or even beyond the horizon, imagining what’s possible.
The positivity StrengthsFinder talent means you have a strong enthusiasm for both today and the future.
Learn to lead by applying your arranger strength and composing a better outcome.
Learn to lead using your top analytical strength, and you can help the team see more clearly and make well-informed decisions.
Learn to lead using your top adaptability strength and you can shape a possible but undermined future.
Learn to lead using your top activator strength and you can move more seamlessly from idea to action.
As you grow in your achiever strength, learn to take a sustainable approach to winning.
The clutter in your mental workspace has a greater impact on your productivity than the clutter in your physical workspace.
Have you wondered if Scrum can be used on creative teams made up of illustrators, videographers or motion designers? Spoiler... it can.
Marketing is a great space to apply agile practices like Scrum. Learn 4 considerations you should make before you try it.
It can be hard keeping everything organized. Discover how you can use Scrum and Kanban in content creation.
Are you wondering how to manage your home renovation? Or maybe it's just small DIY projects. Learn a process to get your projects DONE.
An into for anyone wondering if Scrum is for them.
Wondering if Scrum works for non-software projects? You can set up a personal Scrum board to help you develop and grow.
Curious if Scrum can help you as a teacher? Learn how to apply Scrum in education increasing students' ownership and agency.
Change isn’t always a bad thing, but uncertainty causes stress for many people. Learn how to navigate the uncertainty ahead.
Learn the difference between a framework and a methodology, and decide which one you need.
Leaning Scrum for the first time can be a bit overwhelming. There are a lot of terms and this Scrum glossary will help you learn the crucial Scrum concepts and dive deeper when you want more.
Scrum isn't just for software development. You can learn to apply it to many contexts both for teams and individuals.
Learn how Scrum provides both freedom and flexibility to empower teams to deliver their best work.
A lot of people use scrum and agile interchangeably but they are different. Learn not only how to talk about them but how to apply them to your work for better results.
You want you and your team to be clear on outcomes. See acceptance criteria examples and learn how to use acceptance criteria and user stories to focus your team's work.
The development team makes up most of the Scrum team. Whose on the team has a lot to do with the kind of work being produced. Learn how to establish an effective development team.
Learn how to craft a solid sprint goal that will guide your Scrum team to deliver the most value for both the customer and the organization.
Busy. It's the default answer to how things are going. Lean to apply rhythm to your team and experience higher levels of focus.
Teamwork is critical but working as a team isn't always easy. Learn 3 essential skills to lead a more effective team.
If you’ve ever known you need to make a change, but you’re feeling the weight of how much work you’ve already put in, you know how difficult change can be. Learn the skills to navigate change when it's hard.
The backlog contains all current and future work for a Scrum team. Learn how well-maintained backlogs can enhance a team's effectiveness.
Learn about Scrum sprints. What are they? How to run them? And why do they have such a big influence on productivity?
Are incremental and iterative approaches different? Which do I need? Learn how they’re different and how they can work together.
Learn how to navigate gaps between the values of Scrum and your organizational culture.
If you’re considering Scrum, you’ve probably noticed there are several new meetings. Learn what each is about.
Is it Product Owner vs Scrum Master? Sharing from personal experience how one person being the Scrum Master and Product Owner is possible, but not recommended. Every scrum team must have a product owner and scrum master.
Learn how velocity enables you to forecast future progress on your Scrum projects.
Story points are a numeric value assigned by the team to a given user story. Learn to master story points for your team can effectively estimate the work you need to do.
Everything you need to know to integrate user stories into your work and everyday life. Learn how to focus on the end user's needs, motivations, and goals. Then you can deliver not just what they ask for but what they really want and need.
Has someone ever told you something was done, but later you find it was only partially done? Scrum gives us the Definition of Done to solve this problem.
Products are how businesses deliver value today. Learn how the Product Owner plays a vital role in the Scrum team.
You may have heard someone say they are a Scrum Mast but have wondered what that is. Learn what a Scrum Master does.
A brief overview of the roles in Scrum along with how they work together and if one person should play multiple roles.
What’s the difference between a Scrum Master and a project manager? Whether it's a theoretical question trying to understand Scrum or a personal question from a project manager trying to discern if they would be a good Scrum Master, you’ll learn how a scrum master compares to a project manager.