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Team Self-Confidence part 2
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Written by Daniel Pedemonte   
Tuesday, 05 February 2013 16:25

Scrum’s Key factor to achieve outstanding and constant results 


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In the first part of this article, we talked about self-confidence as a fundamental part of Scrum work, particularly for Development Team Members, and what was the first of the three ways to create it voluntarily: Changing your physiology. 

Today we’ll cover the remaining two ways: Focus and Beliefs.

 
Team Self-Confidence part 1
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Written by Daniel Pedemonte   
Tuesday, 05 February 2013 16:08

Scrum’s Key factor to achieve outstanding and constant results 


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In Scrum Methodology, the Development Team is the main responsible of delivering a usable and potentially releasable part of the Product Backlog at the end of each Sprint.

This Development Team is designed and organized to provide flexibility, creativity and productivity.

But even though this Development Team is designed to act as a whole in a self-organizing way to provide flexibility, creativity and productivity, and they have all the competences needed to accomplish the work in hand, each team member has to be considered as an important and irreplaceable part in that whole.

As such, each member’s Self-Confidence becomes of paramount importance.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 February 2013 16:24
 
Scrum, The Four legs of a Three Pillar Methodology
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Written by Daniel Pedemonte   
Wednesday, 30 January 2013 21:22

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As you would probably know by now (and if you don’t, there are hundreds of articles you can read on that matter), Scrum is originally founded on the Empirical Process Control Theory and uses this approach to optimize predictability and control risks.

Now, what does that mean? Well, it means that in order to have knowledge, you must first have an experience on the subject, a learning experience through your own perception that can allow you to evaluate, make good decisions and have success…

 
The Scrum Framework . Final
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Written by Daniel Pedemonte   
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 16:09

An outcome-oriented Coaching Process that you can easily apply to any situation, Part THREE

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Ok, let’s get right into it. Today we'll see how the Scrum is really implemented and the steps the Team Members need to take in order to complete their task in time:

4. Working the Sprint

Daily Scrums:
Once the Sprint Backlog is defined, the Team starts working on the Sprint Backlog.
For a fluid and continuous work, they have Daily Scrums, which are problem-solving, action-oriented meetings where they commit on what they are going to GET DONE.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 January 2013 17:13
 
The Scrum Framework . Continuation
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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 14:54

An outcome-oriented Coaching Process that you can easily apply to any situation, Part TWO

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Hello everyone. Continuing our yesterday’s conversation about Scrum Framework, today we’re going to keep talking about the process that started with a Product Backlog created by the Product Owner to list and prioritize the steps that would eventually lead to the realization of the original idea.

Let’s review today the basic steps that follow, starting with…

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 January 2013 17:13
 
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