Welcome back! I wasn't here for a while, but it's time to start writing again. Let me tell you more about myself.
Jump in here to explore eduScrum framework. I explain in this post what is the foundation of the framework and how it relates to roles, events and artifacts.
This post is dedicated to everyone who cares about Education and who would like to discover some innovative ideas on how to help students to grow.
Have you ever thought about failure in regards to Scrum, Agile? How do you deal with failure? In this post you will have a look at a failure from a different angle and discover its value.
People frequently underestimate how even small changes can affect their lives. Changes are unavoidable, so that we need to be ready for them. In this post you can find few things that can help you in the adaptation process.
What was my first dream job? How did it happen that I decided to be a Scrum Master? What is the connection between Scrum and Education? Answers for all these questions are waiting for you in this post.
Find out what Increment is, how it is connected with the definition of "Done" and release.
What is Sprint Backlog? Who is responsible for managing it? How is it created? Jump in to find it out.
The first post in the Scrum Artifacts series that will help you to understand better Product Backlog and its role in the Scrum.
Would you like to know who is the Scrum Master? What is her or his role in the Scrum Team?
Who is the Product Owner? What are her or his responsibilities? Read this post to find out more about this Scrum Role.
Would you like to know who is in the Development Team and what are respnsibilities of the team? Check out this post to find out more.
Let’s talk about my favourite and last Scrum Event - Sprint Retrospective. I described when it is happening and what is the purpose of that event.
Are you at the end of the Sprint wondering what should happen next? It's time for Sprint Review meeting! Here you can find more details about it.
Are you wondering what is the purpose of the Daily Scrum? Jump in and learn why it is not a status meeting from my third post in the Scrum Events series.
The second post in the Scrum Events series that describes all aspects of the Sprint Planning meeting. Read more about the questions "Why?", "What?" and "How?" answered during the event.
The first post in the Scrum Events series that will help you to understand what the Sprint is and what is its role in Scrum.
Find out the purpose and benefits of Sprint Goal in Scrum.
If you think about implementation of the Scrum, but you don’t know where to start, this is the right post for you.
Find out more about Scrum Values that are frequently forgotten, but they are a crucial part of the framework.
Why is it important to know both terms if we want to start using Scrum?
This is the first blog post here. If you want to learn how to start with Scrum, jump in!