Welcome to the latest edition of Serious Scrum! In this weekly digest, we’ll round up all the Serious Scrum publications from the last fourteen days (February 2nd to February 15th). Yup… we missed a week.
🎊 What’s more… we celebrate our first thousand followers on Slack! 🎉
Scrum Rebel’s first contribution provided us with all kinds of ways to detect and counter top-down solutions. Always good to know!
Maarten Dalmijn clarifies for once and for all (maybe) that the Sprint Review is far more than a demo.
Paddy Corry published an article that showed how the Scrum Guide evolved over the years:
He also showed how you can improve little things with a bit of fun. In this case a Niko-Niko calender to visualise involvement in the Daily Scrum:
Paddy has organised the very first Serious Scrum poll:
And shared a consensus canvas.
Thank you for all these great contributions Paddy Corry!
Willem-Jan Ageling published an updated version of overview of articles, books and guides that defined Scrum:
He also published an article to make a case for one Sprint Review per product, simplifying the process in situations where multiple teams work on the same product.
Last week he engaged the subject of Proxy Product Owners.
And wrote a brave story on how a fresh Scrum Master was fired for enacting Scrum’s values.
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