Scrum Alliance Leadership – Acceptance Tests

This post identifies acceptance tests for successful thought leadership within the Scrum Alliance. See also: Models for Success and Concrete Actions (& Participants) Process: Everyone built a model for an acceptance test and each group voted to select the two most valuable acceptance tests. So there are four acceptance tests in total. Acceptance Test #1 [...] Continue reading »

5 Ways Scrum Creates Safety (vs. XP)

Just had my first article posted to Scrum Alliance website. (Click link to check it out). I originally wrote this 9 months ago to support my Certified Scrum Coach application, but that process finished first. Here is the abstract: Scrum contains a set of practices distinct from XP that are intended to enhance project safety. [...] Continue reading »
Kanban for Video Game Production

Kanban for Video Game Production

Clinton Keith gave an insightful session around designing and configuration a Kanban system for leveled video game production. Clinton described Scrum and Kanban coexisting peacefully. They used cross-functional Scrum teams to drive collaborative creative work at the outset of the project where team members would swarm stories. Aside from creating the game concept and playability, one of [...] Continue reading »
So you want to be a CST?

So you want to be a CST?

There was a really good session at the Scrum Gathering's Open Space on some of the challenges around the CST application process. What I want to share here is some general thoughts on what is required to be a Certified Scrum Trainer that I noted during the open space session. This is only an excerpt [...] Continue reading »
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