Scrum Certification

Scrum and Project Management

January 21, 2014
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A role such as that of a project manager doesn’t exist in Scrum. But, in the organization there are project managers. Then, what is the role of the project manager in the event of the team migrating to Scrum. Well this question has been asked so many times, however the answers are different and are…

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How can scrum be made scalable?

January 20, 2014
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Scalability of a process, network, or unit is its ability to adjust or adapt to any expansion. For example a central server is said to be scalable if it performs similarly when attending on either five clients or fifty clients. In Scrum, it means that the scaling mechanisms applicable for a single Scrum Team can…

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How does Scrum ensure Success of a Project?

January 17, 2014
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As with all other additional certifications which ensure success in a Project according to the business needs, Scrum also provides assurance that the end result of a product or service will always be better than the initial stages of its development. This is due to the fact that quality is emphasized as top priority in…

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What are the benefits of Scrum Certification or Scrum training?

January 16, 2014
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Although there are many certifications such as ITIL, PRINCE2, which are implemented in organizations for achievement of goals through a project, Scrum training or Scrum certification can be described as one of the many courses where employees are groomed to become self-motivated and become keen to accept greater responsibility. There is a famous proverb, “If you are comfortable with yourself, you…

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Woe is Measurement

January 3, 2014
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Scrum supports the doctrine of cross-functional, self-managed teams in which individuals help each other in completing the tasks to deliver value. The Scrum Book of knowledge says that employees “deliver much greater value when self-organized.” Self-Organization leads to the team members taking ownership, being entrepreneurial, contributing the best that they genuinely can. So Scrum proscribes…

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Self-organizing and meddling Stakeholders

December 13, 2013
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Any Scrum Master worth his Scrum Master certification believes that all humans are enthusiastic and seek to receive greater duty. So, they deliver much greater value when self-organized. This self-organization is what created us from single celled beings. A Scrum Master brings working deliverables sooner and makes available more precise predictions of timetable and budget compared…

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Self-organized Teams in Scrum

December 10, 2013
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It is the people who develop great products or service and not the Scrum or any other production technique. Scrum requires the teams to be motivated, empowered and self-organized. Self-motivated employees accept the responsibility and do not wait for the superiors or managers to delegate or and assign the tasks. Hence they deliver greater value…

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SBOK™- The necessary guide for every Scrum Practitioner

December 5, 2013
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Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland elaborated on the Scrum concept and its applicability to software development in a presentation at the Object-Oriented Programming Systems Languages & Applications (OOPSLA) conference held in 1995 in Austin, Texas. Since then, several Scrum practitioners, experts and authors have continued to refine the Scrum conceptualization and methodology. In recent years,…

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Tips for First time Scrum Master

November 22, 2013
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Most new Scrum Masters have a rudimentary comprehension of their new role. Many have undergone training and received their Licensed Scrum Master designation. They are thrilled and keen to don on their mantle of a Scrum Master in the event their teams invite them in formally. Once their initial enthusiasm starts fading away, a troublesome…

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