The 4 Agile Values of Scrum Masters
A defined way of doing projects is fine when you don’t anticipate the requirements to change. The reality is, however, that a project with all requirements known up front just doesn’t exist.
With Agile, you’re reflecting and adapting to your process frequently throughout the entire project. You can adjust the course rapidly (and cheaply). One framework for implementing the values and principles of the Agile Manifesto is Scrum.
Best Ways to Implement Scrum
Join us as we discuss:
- How being a jack of all trades taught Peter empathy
- How Agile, Scrum, and Kanban relate to each other
- Why you don’t need Scrum everywhere
- The necessity of finding a mentor and being a mentor
- How to “grow a pair” of Scrum Masters within your org
Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
Peter’s article about growing internal Scrum Masters
The 4 Core Values of Agile
- “Scrum was a very simple, beautiful, neat family of patterns that I felt I could teach people to do and was predetermined to get your result.” — Peter Hundermark
- “The important thing about the Agile Manifesto is the statements are A over B — not only A and never B.” — Peter Hundermark
- “This is not about agile, this is about business agility… being able to adjust your course rapidly as the circumstances change and to be able to do so cheaply.” — Peter Hundermark
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