Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog

01-04-2015

Should the Scrum Master validate the inputs from a retrospective

The retrospective can be the most challenging of the Scrum activities, because, well, people are involved. A former student, Vijay, asked me: The scrum master is […]
02-02-2012

Video Introducing #Stoos to the Scrum Breakfast

Yesterday, the LAS Coreteam organized its first Scrum Breakfast without me. To fill in the spot left by the thought for the day, Kai asked me […]
09-01-2012

#Stoos and the Prime Directive

When I read some of the postings on twitter about the #Stoos Gathering, I wish I could shout to everyone, “Stop! Remember the Prime Directive. Everyone […]
05-05-2011

How we do a retrospective

I consider the retrospective to be the most underrated meeting in the Scrum Flow. Since it is not about the concrete results of the project, there […]
14-03-2010

Scrum is Lean with a Turbo-Charger

A colleague and Lean-Master at a large financial institution gave me a copy of Lean Kaizen: A Simplified Approach to Process Improvements by George Alukai & […]
26-08-2009

Feel free to change Scrum!

One standard bit of advice from Scrum Trainers and Coaches is “Don’t change Scrum!” They give this advice because, There is a natural tendency when adopting […]
01-01-2009

Quick Poll: Does the Product Owner Participate in Your Sprint Retrospective?

I thought the digression on the scrum development list about whether P-O’s attend Sprint Retrospectives was pretty interesting. I’m curious what teams really do. To that […]
31-12-2008

That Was the Year That Was

I’ve promisedmyself I would actually take some vacation this week, and fortunatelywith small children in the house, it’s actually possible to doso! So, before the kids […]
17-09-2008

Scrum Course Retrospective: Team Training Rocks!

Last Week I held two open courses on Scrum: Agile Project Management with Scrum and Scrum Sprint Zero. Both took place here in beautiful downtown Zurich, […]

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