Myths, Mysteries and Misconceptions of Scrum

Scrum has stepped into its adulthood and as Scrum is becoming more popular in teams and organizations, there is a high opportunity for people to misunderstand it and not gain full advantage of its implementation. This talk explores audience through the Scrum Myths, Mysteries and Misconceptions.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

Opening using 1-2-4-all liberating structures as impromptu -5 mins

taking participants into exploration journey using sticky notes -10 mins

Maxspecs to create a list of the most common myths and misconceptions of Scrum-10mins

create mini specs and introduce scrum and complimentary practices and not scrum-15mins

closing with key take always for people-5mins

Learning Outcome

  • Scrum Myths will be bursted for the audience
  • Audience will explore what Scrum is and what it’s not
  • Audience will be able to embark difference between Scrum and Complimentary practices

Target Audience

Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Leaders, Teams

Prerequisites for Attendees

Attendees should have work in Scrum Teams or Agile Teams

schedule Submitted 7 months ago

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