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What are alternatives to the 3 questions when facilitating the Daily Scrum? Todd and Ryan discuss the lean metric "item aging" and how it can be used to help a Scrum Team get unstuck.
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A past student left us a comment in our Slack channel asking how to get the Developers on their Scrum Team to attend the Daily Scrum. So we provided some ideas based on what's worked for us.
A student asked about the differences between a Sprint Backlog and a Product Backlog. The Sprint Backlog represents the present while the Product Backlog looks towards the future.
A YouTube viewer sent in a question asking about what to do when a Developer does not commit. The scenario was when a Developer won't focus during a Scrum Event or meeting.
A Scrum Master wrote in and asked Ryan and Todd what should a Scrum Team do when they finish their work early during a Sprint. This is such a great problem to have!
A recent student was concerned about the amount of time Product Backlog Refinement was taking away from product development. Who actually attends refinement and how long does it take?
You're just starting a new Scrum Master role and you see many opportunities to change and improve things. With so many options, it's hard to know where to begin.
A listener asked Todd and Ryan how to get Scrum Master experience after getting certified as a Professional Scrum Master.
We get this question often: I'm a project manager at a company that just adopted Scrum, am I now out of a job? The quick answer is: "Of course not, but there are likely some changes coming your way."
The Agile for Humans crew got together to discuss the lessons they've learned as the majority of the workshops, classes, and coaching opportunities moved online.