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Scrum is Hard and Disruptive 8 - Old Habits Die Hard

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Ryan and Todd look back at a 2006 post by Ken Schwaber, which covers 15 ways Scrum is both hard and disruptive.

The eight statement from Ken:

"The most serious impediments to using Scrum are habits of waterfall, predictive thinking over the last twenty to thirty years; these have spawned command and control management, belief that demanding something will make it happen, and the willingness of development to cut quality to meet dates. These are inbred habits that we aren’t even aware of anymore."

🚀 Video Summary: "The Point of Scrum is DONE"

Dive into the challenging yet rewarding path of mastering Scrum with this enlightening episode from the "Scrum is Hard and Disruptive" series. This video focuses on the intense requirements that Scrum places on both product development and management teams, underlining the necessity of top-notch engineering skills and the pursuit of maximizing return on investment (ROI).

Key Takeaways:

🛠️ Engineering Excellence: The video emphasizes that Scrum requires advanced engineering practices. It underscores the importance of adhering to a stringent "Definition of Done," which is pivotal in cultivating superior technical abilities within teams.

🔄 Iterative Improvement: The iterative nature of Scrum is a central theme, with the video highlighting how this approach propels teams towards ongoing enhancement of their skills and constant refinement of the value they deliver.

🎯 Dual Focus: A critical aspect discussed is the need to maintain a dual focus: developing technical expertise while simultaneously managing the product effectively. This balance is key in ensuring high-quality outcomes and optimizing ROI.

🌉 Bridging Effectiveness Gaps: The role of the Scrum Master is showcased as vital in bridging the gaps between current practices and desired outcomes. They play a crucial role in mitigating risks and addressing any incompetencies within the team.

🚀 Embracing Challenges: The video encourages teams to adopt a mindset geared towards continuous improvement and overcoming complacency. This approach is highlighted as essential for realizing the full potential and success of Scrum methodologies.

👉 Follow our journey through all 15 insights in Ken Schwaber's white paper, revealing the enduring relevance of Scrum principles.

💬 Share your perspectives in the comments and remember to like and subscribe for more in-depth Scrum discussions. 🔔

🔗 Here is the original white paper: https://www.verheulconsultants.nl/ScrumIsHardandDisruptive.pdf

🔗 Join Ryan & Todd's Scrum.org course: https://buytickets.at/agileforhumansllc

Explore more:

📖 "Unlocking Business Agility with Evidence-Based Management: Satisfy Customers and Improve Organizational Effectiveness" on Amazon -- https://amzn.to/4690qJy

📖 "Fixing Your Scrum: Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Problems" on Amazon -- https://amzn.to/46dAQTC

✅ Subscribe to this channel for Agile, Scrum, and Kanban insights: https://www.youtube.com/agileforhumans?sub_confirmation=1

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Ryan and Todd look back at a 2006 post by Ken Schwaber, which covers 15 ways Scrum is both hard and disruptive.

The eight statement from Ken:

"The most serious impediments to using Scrum are habits of waterfall, predictive thinking over the last twenty to thirty years; these have spawned command and control management, belief that demanding something will make it happen, and the willingness of development to cut quality to meet dates. These are inbred habits that we aren’t even aware of anymore."

🚀 Video Summary: "The Point of Scrum is DONE"

Dive into the challenging yet rewarding path of mastering Scrum with this enlightening episode from the "Scrum is Hard and Disruptive" series. This video focuses on the intense requirements that Scrum places on both product development and management teams, underlining the necessity of top-notch engineering skills and the pursuit of maximizing return on investment (ROI).

Key Takeaways:

🛠️ Engineering Excellence: The video emphasizes that Scrum requires advanced engineering practices. It underscores the importance of adhering to a stringent "Definition of Done," which is pivotal in cultivating superior technical abilities within teams.

🔄 Iterative Improvement: The iterative nature of Scrum is a central theme, with the video highlighting how this approach propels teams towards ongoing enhancement of their skills and constant refinement of the value they deliver.

🎯 Dual Focus: A critical aspect discussed is the need to maintain a dual focus: developing technical expertise while simultaneously managing the product effectively. This balance is key in ensuring high-quality outcomes and optimizing ROI.

🌉 Bridging Effectiveness Gaps: The role of the Scrum Master is showcased as vital in bridging the gaps between current practices and desired outcomes. They play a crucial role in mitigating risks and addressing any incompetencies within the team.

🚀 Embracing Challenges: The video encourages teams to adopt a mindset geared towards continuous improvement and overcoming complacency. This approach is highlighted as essential for realizing the full potential and success of Scrum methodologies.

👉 Follow our journey through all 15 insights in Ken Schwaber's white paper, revealing the enduring relevance of Scrum principles.

💬 Share your perspectives in the comments and remember to like and subscribe for more in-depth Scrum discussions. 🔔

🔗 Here is the original white paper: https://www.verheulconsultants.nl/ScrumIsHardandDisruptive.pdf

🔗 Join Ryan & Todd's Scrum.org course: https://buytickets.at/agileforhumansllc

Explore more:

📖 "Unlocking Business Agility with Evidence-Based Management: Satisfy Customers and Improve Organizational Effectiveness" on Amazon -- https://amzn.to/4690qJy

📖 "Fixing Your Scrum: Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Problems" on Amazon -- https://amzn.to/46dAQTC

✅ Subscribe to this channel for Agile, Scrum, and Kanban insights: https://www.youtube.com/agileforhumans?sub_confirmation=1

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