Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog

03-12-2017

A concrete alternative to estimating story points in Scrum

Estimating is such a pain. I remember when I first read about Scrum and saw that the team was responsible for estimates, not the Scrum Master. […]
26-09-2017

How to become a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer

What does it take to become a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST)? The bar is known to be very high. In this one hour webinar I held […]
22-09-2017

The 6 Powerful Questions of The Personal Agility System

The Personal Agility System is the simple framework I have been working on, to help people do more of what matters. What really matters? That’s a […]
29-08-2017

10 Things to tell Management about Scrum and Agile

I was recently asked, “what does management need to know about Scrum?” Here is my answer, in 10 bullet points: Market forces are driving shifts in […]
15-08-2017

Agile is spreading, and management will be the last to know

A few months ago, I watch a stunning video about how bacteria overcome antibiotics. It’s stunning how fast the adaptation can occur! I believe agility is […]
07-07-2017

Personal Agility (RC2)

Personal Agility is a simple framework for people who want to do more that matters and have more impact through their actions. This article explains Personal Agility and […]
27-06-2017

9 Questions to Create Alignment with your Customers and Stakeholders

When was the last time you really spoke to a customer or stakeholder about their needs? Sure, everybody talks about getting out of the office, but […]
24-06-2017

What is the Product Backlog in Scrum?

According to the Scrum Guide, the Product Backlog is “an ordered list of everything that might be needed in the product and is the single source […]
04-06-2017

Personal Agility Impact Canvas: How to understand what really matters to your stakeholders

Are you trying to figure out what really matters to your stakeholders? The Personal Agility Impact Canvas leads you through a 30 to 60 minute interview […]