Scrum Archive

Conducting Large Distributed Team Retrospectives

In this conversation, Luke Hohmann discusses a new approach to conducting enterprise retrospectives that overcomes the limitations of traditional models used in Scrum projects. A scaled retrospective is a meeting where multiple Agile teams come together to

Scaling Scrum with Visual Studio Team Services

Watch and learn how to use Visual Studio Team Services to work with many teams on the same product. This presentation explains how to create a Nexus of 3-9 teams working on a single product with separate

Hybrid Methods are More Powerful than Kanban or Scrum

When teams decide to “go Agile” they invariably decide between Scrum or the Kanban Method. This is often because both Scrum and the Kanban Method provide a straightforward approach to get started. However, our experience has shown

How to Do a Good Product Demo

Working in middle to large companies means working with several Scrum teams, different departments and having often far from ideal working communication processes. Product Management usually is only one piece of the greater picture and has to

Thinking Beyond Scrum with Battlefield Agility

Scrum is by far the most used ( and abused !!) Agile project management framework in use currently across the globe. But is Scrum working for you? Is it making your team more productive or restricting them?