New Certified Agile Leadership Training: We bring you the details
The Scrum Alliance programme for Agile leaders – so far known as CAL I – is now divided into three sub-courses: CAL-Essentials, CAL-Teams, and CAL-Organizations. The aim was to innovate in order to provide a more flexible, customizable training path for leaders looking to learn.Read More
Certified or Advanced? Which training should I choose?
“I’d like to attend a Scrum Master or Product Owner training, which one should I select? What is the difference between the Advanced, Certified and the Advanced Certified course?”Read More
A short guide on delegation
Delegation is a quite important task in the life of a leader. In this article, we will present how to carry out delegation and which levels it has.Read More
What are metrics and how do you use them?
There are a lot of misconceptions about metrics inside and outside of the agile world. Metrics are tools providing feedback about one single aspect of an area under surveillance, and nothing more. They are not goals. It is dangerous to derive conclusions based on a…Read More
Agile & Lean
It’s a known fact, that agility is rooted in Lean. Unfortunately Lean principles are only present implicitly in the methodology, their original form is not apparent. This can be one of the main reasons why we often have the impression during an agile transformation that…Read More
Scrum vs. Individual Development and Career Goals
We continue analyzing the blogpost that we have been covering in the previous posts by taking a look at the next phrase: “Scrum practice of ignoring peoples’ career goals and their individual talents”.Read More
Learn more about agile product development
In today’s post we take a deeper look at a statement from the essay we have already been covering in a series of Hungarian blogposts. The passage we would like to analyse states: “Product development and architecture aren’t the programmer’s job, because they take longer…Read More
A quick and dirty trick to kickstart prioritization
This practice comes in handy when the Product Owner cannot decide on the importance of several items with, seemingly equal importance.Read More
What is a Scrum team and what do they do?
There are two team definitions in Scrum which can sometimes be confusing. The Scrum team by definition is a self-organizing cross-functional team that regularly delivers potentially shippable product increments.Read More
Top Management’s Relationship with Agile Methodologies
For any successful agile transformation it is essential to train all three involved parties (management, delivery and business side) within an organization – says Árpád Zsolt Bodó, the founder of Sprint Consulting. Today an agile training program, built into the employers’ compensation packages, is very…Read More