Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog

05-02-2019

Is your agile transition building a train but ignoring the track?

Every development effort produces two results. The first result is obvious – that is the product or service you are trying to create. The other is […]
31-03-2018

Scrum is simple to understand but difficult to master(?)

According to the Scrum Guide, “Scrum is… Simple to understand, Difficult to master.” I have never agreed with this statement. Scrum is easy. I can explain it in 5 […]
09-01-2018

Lowest prices for Scrum Training

Why do you want to teach your team Scrum? From a company’s perspective,  one answer dominates: better results, faster. I spent much of last year talking […]
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 […]
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 […]
16-10-2016

How we used to Scrum and XP to keep the conference on schedule

Last week, I attended and facilitated Scrum Day Portugal. This was one of the best conferences I have ever attended: Great talks, new information, great discussions […]
02-08-2016

My Personal Agility RC1

How to do more of what you really care about My Personal Scrum Agility is a simple framework for people who want to become highly effective individuals. […]
16-06-2016

Scrum Masters: Are you impacted by the First Impediment?

I just had a conversation with a graduate of my last Certified Scrum Product Owner class. How is it going with Scrum? Well, good, I suppose. […]
20-05-2016

Working toward Personal Scrum v.0.2

I have had a lot of great discussions around my post on Personal Scrum, and in the meantime, I have collected some hands-on experience. Four weeks […]