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The Google Project Management Certificate helps people prepare for entry-level jobs in the high-growth field of project management. The certificate dives deep into project management software, tools and templates, with an emphasis on Scrum. Scrum.org collaborated with Google to bring Scrum and Agile expertise to the Google Project Management Certificate and prepare for the Professional Scrum Master I certification. In this podcast series hosted by Scrum.org CEO, Dave West, he interviews Google Career Certificate graduates to learn about their experiences before, during and after the program. In this episode, Dave interviews Joanne Cheng, Project Manager at DoubleDown Interactive about her journey in which she had her eyes on a career as a project manager in gaming and now she is doing just that! They talk about how she uses what she has learned in the program and the Professional Scrum Master certification exam. They discuss how she applies her learnings to her work and her plans to grow professionally. 
Scrum has been in existence for more than 25 years as a simple framework for effective team collaboration on complex products. While it is lightweight and simple to understand, it can be difficult to apply effectively. The Scrum.org Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer series features Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs) in a live session, answering your most pressing questions regarding the challenges and situations your Scrum Teams are facing.In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer Yuval Yeret answers the audience's pressing Scrum questions focused around leadership, how leadership and Scrum Mastery are intertwined, and how leaders can engage with Scrum. Yuval is co-author of the Scrum Guide Companion for Leaders.
In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Patricia Kong leads a discussion with PSTs Todd Miller and Glaudia Califano focused on how Facilitation can help Scrum Teams, the importance of Facilitation Skills for Scrum Team members and the themes that inspired the creation of the new Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills training course. 
Scrum has been in existence for more than 25 years as a simple framework for effective team collaboration on complex products. While it is lightweight and simple to understand, it can be difficult to apply effectively. The Scrum.org Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer series features Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs) in a live session, answering your most pressing questions regarding the challenges and situations your Scrum Teams are facing.In this recording of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PSTs Daria Bagina, Shirley Santiago and Mary Iqbal answer burning questions about Scrum particularly when using Scrum in a setting that is not software-based, such as marketing, human resources, energy, insurance, finance, construction and more!!
In this podcast we feature Professional Scrum Trainers and other Scrum Practitioners sharing their stories and experiences to help learn from the experience of others. In this episode, host Dave West interviews David Ingram, VP of Global R&D at Gillette about developing razors using Scrum and how they transitioned to Scrum to do so. 
The Google Project Management Certificate helps people prepare for entry-level jobs in the high-growth field of project management. The certificate dives deep into project management software, tools and templates, with an emphasis on Scrum. Scrum.org collaborated with Google to bring Scrum and Agile expertise to the Google Project Management Certificate and prepare for the Professional Scrum Master I certification. In this podcast series hosted by Scrum.org CEO, Dave West, he interviews Google Career Certificate graduates to learn about their experiences before, during and after the program. In this episode, Dave interviews Nicole Christensen who has a background as a High School English teacher and is now a Product Owner at Readable English, a company focused on programs that help students read.
If you are familiar with Scrum.org, you may associate the organization with Professional Scrum and/or Professional Scrum Training Courses and Certifications. Behind those hands-on training courses are highly qualified Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs), who go through a rigorous process to take their real world Scrum experience and create value for Scrum.org students. In several episodes of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, our host and Scrum.org CEO Dave West interviews Professional Scrum Trainers about their experiences that led to their becoming a PST and exploring what Professional Scrum means to them. In this episode, Dave interviews PST Fabio Panzavolta based in France about his experiences.
 In this podcast we feature Professional Scrum Trainers and other Scrum Practitioners sharing their stories and experiences to help learn from the experience of others. In this episode, host Dave West interviews Tyson Bertmaring, Head of Partner Success at Dyno Therapeutics, where they discuss Tyson's experiences with Scrum and dive into the use of Scrum in BioTech.
Einer der Hauptgründe für diesen Konflikt zwischen den Prozessen ist der Glaube, dass es sich um radikal unterschiedliche Arbeitsweisen handelt, die von verschiedenen Disziplinen entwickelt wurden.Scrum ist nur für Entwickler und Lean UX nur für Designer, richtig?Nein!Beide Ansätze vereint der Wunsch, die Kunden zu begeistern. Auch wenn beide Vorgehen das gleiche Ziel eint, kämpfen viele Scrum Teams und UX-Professionals damit, beide Welten zusammen zu bringen.Fragst du dich, obDesignaktivitäten nicht einen Sprint vor der Entwicklungsarbeit stattfinden sollen?die Definition of Done auch für die Entdeckungsarbeit gilt?es auch irgendwie ohne dedizierten Designer im Scrum Team geht?reine „Lern-Sprints” in Scrum erlaubt sind?Wenn du nach Antworten zu diesen oder ähnlichen Fragen suchst, dann melde dich zu dieser Episode von „Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer” an. Dort beantworten die Professional Scrum Trainer Boris Steiner und Simon Flossmann alle deine Fragen, wie du Scrum und UX in einem Team vereinen kannst.Interessiert? Großartig! Dann vergiss nicht dich anzumelden.
There are seemingly countless ways to help agile teams become more effective. At the end of the day though, when it comes to truly unlocking the full potential of an agile team and reaping all the benefits Professional Scrum has to offer, people, teams, and organizations have to embrace new ways of thinking. And if you’re a Scrum Master, Agile Coach, or another type of change agent in an organization, it can be challenging to encourage people on their journey to embrace new ways of thinking and working.Fortunately, we can lean on coaching to aid us in this work. Coaching is a non-directive way of meeting a person where they are on their journey, helping them connect with their existing talent and wisdom, and leading them to find within themselves what it takes to try new things. Additionally, coaching is critical for enabling change and transformation that sticks.In this episode of Ask a PST moderated by Leslie Morse, Steve Trapps and Stephanie Ockerman join to discuss the coaching stance and answer questions from the audience about coaching.
If you are familiar with Scrum.org, you may associate the organization with Professional Scrum and/or Professional Scrum Training Courses and Certifications. Behind those hands-on training courses are highly qualified Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs), who go through a rigorous process to take their real world Scrum experience and create value for Scrum.org students. In several episodes of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, our host and Scrum.org CEO Dave West interviews Professional Scrum Trainers about their experiences that led to their becoming a PST and exploring what Professional Scrum means to them. In this episode, Dave interviews PST Sander Dur basedin the Netherlands about his experiences. 
Scrum has been in existence for more than 25 years as a simple framework for effective team collaboration on complex products. While it is lightweight and simple to understand, it can be difficult to apply effectively. The Scrum.org Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer series features Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs) in a live session, answering your most pressing questions regarding the challenges and situations your Scrum Teams are facing.In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PSTs Alex Gbaguidi, Romuald Franck Kenmeugne Tchuinkam, and Samuel Adesoga, all of whom primarily focus on work in Africa, answer your burning questions about Scrum and the challenges you or your teams may be facing. They also will be available to answer questions focused on the use of Agile and Scrum specifically in Africa. 
In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Professional Scrum Trainer Dave Dame joins Eric Naiburg and Lindsay Velecina for Global Accessibility Awareness Day to discuss accessibility and its importance when it come to training and work in general. They discuss the importance of diversity on Scrum Teams and how it helps teams thrive. Dave also shares some of his inspiring journey and advice for creating more accommodations within the industry. 
Scrum itself is a simple framework for effective team collaboration on complex products. While it is lightweight and simple to understand, it can be difficult to apply effectively. The Scrum.org Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer series, features Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs) in a live session, answering your most pressing questions regarding the challenges and situations your Scrum Teams are facing.In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer Steven Deneir answers questions around team motivation, Product Ownership, facilitation, transitioning to Scrum and more!
If you are familiar with Scrum.org, you may associate the organization with Professional Scrum and/or Professional Scrum Training Courses and Certifications. Behind those hands-on training courses are highly qualified Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs), who go through a rigorous process to take their real world Scrum experience and create value for Scrum.org students. In several episodes of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, our host and Scrum.org CEO Dave West interviews Professional Scrum Trainers about their experiences that led to their becoming a PST and exploring what Professional Scrum means to them. In this episode, Dave interviews PST Shirley Santiago based in the Philippines about her Scrum Journey, the mentorship she has received from fellow PSTs and what led her to join the PST community 
Scrum est un cadre simple qui permet de favoriser une collaboration efficace au sein des équipes sur le développement de produits complexes.Bien qu'il soit léger et simple à comprendre, il peut être difficile à mettre en place.Dans les sessions « Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer » de Scrum.org, des formateurs professionnels de Scrum (PST) répondent en direct à vos questions les plus importantes concernant les défis et les situations auxquels vos équipes de Scrum sont confrontées.Dans cette session « Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer », Sabrina Ferlisi, Olivier Ledru et François Fort répondront à vos questions sur Scrum et sur les défis auxquels vos équipes sont confrontées.
If you are familiar with Scrum.org, you may associate the organization with Professional Scrum and/or Professional Scrum Training Courses and Certifications. Behind those hands-on training courses are highly qualified Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs), who go through a rigorous process to take their real world Scrum experience and create value for Scrum.org students. In several episodes of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, our host and Scrum.org CEO Dave West interviews Professional Scrum Trainers about their experiences that led to their becoming a PST and exploring what Professional Scrum means to them. In this episode, Dave interviews PST Ryan Brook based in the UK about his experiences. 
If you are familiar with Scrum.org, you may associate the organization with Professional Scrum and/or Professional Scrum Training Courses and Certifications. Behind those hands-on training courses are highly qualified Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs), who go through a rigorous process to take their real world Scrum experience and create value for Scrum.org students. In several episodes of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, our host and Scrum.org CEO Dave West interviews Professional Scrum Trainers about their experiences that led to their becoming a PST and exploring what Professional Scrum means to them. In this episode, Dave interviews PST Stefan Wolpers, based in Germany.
Scrum itself is a simple framework for effective team collaboration on complex products. While it is lightweight and simple to understand, it can be difficult to apply effectively. The Scrum.org Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer series, features Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs) in a live session, answering your most pressing questions regarding the challenges and situations your Scrum Teams are facing.In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainers Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley answer the audience's burning questions about Scrum and the challenges they are facing including questions around metrics, Scrum Team dynamics, the Scrum Values, Scrum Master tips and more.
Scrum selbst ist ein einfaches Rahmenwerk, das effektive Team-Kollaboration in komplexen Produkt-Umfeldern ermöglicht. Obwohl es leichtgewichtig und einfach zu verstehen ist, ist Scrum schwer zu meistern. Die Scrum.org “Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer”-Serie ermöglicht Euch direkt mit Professional Scrum Trainern (PSTs) zu sprechen, um Eure dringlichsten Fragen zu den Herausforderungen in Euren Scrum Teams zu stellen und anzupacken.In dieser Episode von “Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer”, beantworten die Professional Scrum Trainer Marc Kaufmann und Simon Flossmann Fragen über Scrum und die täglichen Herausforderungen Eurer Teams. 
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