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We've worked with hundreds of Scrum teams. Unfortunately, we've seen many teams struggle with Scrum because they were not aware of basic principles and practices that could solve many of their problems. This page is a collection of insights to help such teams. Most of the entries here have originated as blogs, webinars or articles that Net Objectives’ consultants have written that describe ways we’ve either extended Scrum or solved troubles that people have had with it. We have created a site called The Scrum Clinic to help those using Scrum or about to.

Scrum

Past Webinar
past webinar
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Lightning talk at Agile 2013 from Al Shalloway regarding a fusion between Lean and Agile becoming the 3rd generation.
Presentation
presentation
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10:30am-11:30am. Friday, March 16Executive & Business Track
Presentation
presentation
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9:00am-10:15am. Tuesday, February 21Agile Mini-Conference for Microsoft Session
Past Webinar
past webinar
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Many organizations start their agile transformation with a pilot project – that is, taking a single team agile. This fails to achieve enterprise success most of the time for several reasons. Amongst these are the team is often not the major impediment to business agility.
Past Webinar
past webinar
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There is no question that Scrum is a great process and it has helped many organizations. Unfortunately, many organizations adopting Scrum have had challenges getting it to scale.
Past Webinar
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See a description of the Business & Agile Webinar Series
Past Webinar
past webinar
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See a description of the Business & Agile Webinar Series
Past Webinar
past webinar
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See a description of the Business & Agile Webinar Series
Past Webinar
past webinar
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This webinar is part of the Scaling Scrum to the Enterprise with Lean Software Development series.
Book
book
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Hi, this is Alan Shalloway. I'm writing this book and am making it available while I am writing it for two reasons. First, you may find it useful, even in this preliminary state.
Presentation
presentation
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9:00am-10:00am. Friday, March 16Keynote
Article
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Past Webinar
past webinar
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Lightning Webinars are short (less than 15 minute) videos that are focused on specific topics of Lean, Agile, and Kanban for business-driven software development.
Presentation
presentation
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An Event For Microsoft Employees Only (Contractors not eligible)
Presentation
presentation
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10:45am-11:45am. Tuesday, February 21, 2012Agile Mini-Conference for Microsoft Session
Past Webinar
past webinar
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This webinar is part of the Scaling Scrum to the Enterprise with Lean Software Development series.
Past Webinar
past webinar
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See a description of the entire Scrum, Lean and Kanban: A Pragmatic Webinar Series While Kanban is more than a set of tools, the tools of Kanban can be used by existing Scrum tea
Past Webinar
past webinar
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See a description of the entire Scrum, Lean and Kanban: A Pragmatic Webinar Series As Scrum’s adoption has increased so has the size of the organizations attempting to find succe
Past Webinar
past webinar
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See a description of the entire Scrum, Lean and Kanban: A Pragmatic Webinar Series A common challenge Scrum teams have is what to do with interruptions.
Past Webinar
past webinar
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See a description of the Technical Agility Webinar Series
Presentation
presentation
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12:30pm-1:30pm. Friday, March 16Executive & Business TrackWe will present an overview of how to define, prioritize, and sequence releasable increments of business value for Projects. Topics include:
Presentation
presentation
(registered access)
10:45am-11:45am. Tuesday, February 21, 2012Agile Mini-Conference for Microsoft Session
Past Webinar
past webinar
(guest access)
This webinar is part of the Scaling Scrum to the Enterprise with Lean Software Development series.
Presentation
presentation
(registered access)
11:30am-12:15pm. Friday, March 9, 2012AgilePalooza 2012
Past Webinar
past webinar
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See a description of the Lean-Agile at Scale and at the Team: The Value Stream Series
Past Webinar
past webinar
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See a description of the Lean-Agile at Scale and at the Team: The Value Stream Series
Past Webinar
past webinar
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See a description of the Lean-Agile at Scale and at the Team: The Value Stream Series
Scaling Agile has been problematic for many. We have heard many reasons as to why it is so difficult:
Past Webinar
past webinar
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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 us that this leaves several options off the table.