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How do we make sure we have cross-functional teams and why does it matter?
What agile practices can you recommend to our game development studio?
How do we remove silos when doing government contract work using Scrum?
How should we form new Scrum teams?
How can we have good retrospectives (about our Scrum Master)?
When’s the podcast coming back?
How do we self-organize if our boss is on our team?
How do we deal with constant interruptions to our Sprint?
Can a User Story be too long? Ours seem insane!
Can our Scrum Master and Product Owner be the same person?
What 1 simple thing can I do to improve my coaching & scrum mastering?
How do I get hired as a ScrumMaster if I’ve never been one before?
Our team wants to be more agile. What agile process is best?
How do we improve our giant, multi-team Sprint Review session (or Sprint Reviews in general)?
What are some creative & effective ways to make Retrospectives more engaging?
Will this hurt my Daily Scrum? And how do we deal with “non-dev” work?
How do I escaped the dreaded ‘Scrummerfall’ trap?
How do you help PMs and Managers not fall back into their waterfall ways?
Our teams keep changing. How do I set guidelines that keep teams together?
How do you make sure your team has time to make the improvements they identify in their Retros?
When should the business stakeholders get help from the dev team to get items ready for work?
How do I energize a demotivated Scrum team?