Ever wonder how to get your first Scrum Master job with little to no experience? It’s a question I often get in my Professional Scrum classes. In this video blog, I’ll walk you through the ways to approach getting your first Scrum Master jobs, some places to look to get one, and also how you can quickly gain experience…Read More
The war against traditional, archaic development techniques is well under way with the Agile Manifesto inspiring the agile revolution. Agile encapsulates common ideas from multiple frameworks, such as Scrum, to aid in the collapse of legacy project management techniques.
For Scrum to work successfully for organizations, each role has to have a purpose that’s clearly defined so everyone understands who is accountable and for what. So when we compare Scrum Master vs Product Owner, what are each of their roles responsible for on the Scrum team? Let’s dig in.Read More
Scrum is a simple framework that can quickly come apart if even one part of the framework is not being properly implemented. As a Professional Scrum Trainer for almost ten years and founder of Responsive Advisors, I have seen many agile teams and companies struggle to maximize the benefit from Scrum for many reasons. In…Read More
Scrum is a framework within which people can address complex adaptive problems, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value. Though simple in concept, Scrum is difficult to master without a dedicated individual focused on removing impediments and educating the team.
Enter: the Scrum Master. A Scrum Master helps guide the Scrum Team and organization as a whole to accomplish the overall goal and reveal any roadblocks that could delay the process. Without a doubt, they are essential to the Scrum team’s success, but what exactly are they all about?Read More
Responsive Advisors CEO, Robb Pieper discusses the pros and cons of having domain knowledge (technical or business knowledge) as a Scrum Master in this short video blog. A must watch for anyone interested in beginning a career as a Scrum Master.Read More
Jeff Maleski recently joined Responsive Advisors as Managing Advisor. He is a licensed Professional Scrum Trainer equipped to teach the Professional Scrum Foundation (PSF), Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK), Professional Scrum Master Levels I and II (PSM I & PSM II), Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO), and Professional Scrum with User Experience (PSU). He’s a…Read More
Do you want to how to become a successful Scrum Master? Do you know what is the first thing a Scrum Master should be focused on doing? Is it managing requirements? Is it scheduling and running meetings? Is it reporting development team progress? Find out what really is a Scrum Master’s responsibilities from Robb Pieper,…Read More
Scrum uses the concept of a sprint to mitigate the risks of complex product development and help deliver value faster to stake holders. Scrum teams often choose two weeks as the sprint starting point, but is that always the right length for you and your team? Is it even possible to have a Sprint that’s just…Read More
Scrum uses a concept called a “sprint” to eliminate the risk of complex product development and deliver value sooner to stakeholders. These sprints are no longer than 30 days in length. If you ask anyone doing Scrum how long their sprints are, they will usually respond “2 weeks”. If you ask them why they’re doing…Read More