By
Aria Wardhana
0
comment

Daily Scrum Bukanlah Status Report Meeting

Di akhir Maret 2018, saya melakukan sharing session pada salah satu Agile/Scrum Meetup yang di inisiasi oleh komunitas Agile Circles Indonesia. Ketika sampai pada bahasan Daily Scrum sebagai salah satu event pada scrum, salah satu peserta antusias berdiri kemudian bertanya serius “ Kenapa disebutkan Daily Scrum bukan status report, kan setiap anggota dari tim development jelas-jelas menyampaikan apa yang telah…

Read More


By
Irwan
0
comment

Cara Mendapatkan Sertifikasi PSM Level 1 Dalam 1 Bulan atau Kurang

PSM               Apa sebenarnya PSM itu? Mungkin banyak yang pernah mendengar istilah ini, namun pasti juga banyak yang sama sekali belum tahu mengenai istilah ini. PSM merujuk pada singkatan dari Professional Scrum Master atau sebuah gelar sertifikasi yang diberikan kepada seseorang yang telah melalui ujian sertifikasi resmi yang disediakan oleh Scrum.org. Dengan memiliki sertifikasi ini maka seseorang telah memiliki kualifikasi…

Read More


By
Hugo
0
comment


By
Hugo
0
comment

Breaking Rules

The first decade of my working life, I built my own company. I started out without anyone else and step by step moved things forward. I could do what I wanted. Together with the first people I hired, we created a set of value that defined our culture. We created processes and guidelines. As the company grew, people started making…

Read More


By
Hugo
0
comment

The Power of Self Managed Teams

My mother often tells me a story from my youth. When I was a couple years old, in kindergarten, I had to close my jacket. Somehow I figured that someone else could do that for me, so I asked a small girl to close my zip. And she did, with my mum watching the scene. I've repeated that quite often…

Read More


By
Hugo
0
comment

Why Scrum Is Great AND Limiting?

Scrum brought agile mainstream. The agile manifesto may have remained obscure if scrum hadn't come about. Scrum translates the message of the manifesto into something tangible. It's easy for people to learn how to 'do scrum'. It is hard for people to learn how to 'be agile'. Scrum is a cash cow. The certification business is lucrative. Because agile has…

Read More


By
Hugo
0
comment

A Perfect Marriage: Lean Startup & Scrum

One of the big elephants in every development room: developers refrain from speaking to customers. Most development teams see their work as 'developing code'. They don't see their work as 'developing great software that users truly need'. I'm a big fan of lean startup. I'm also a big fan of scrum. I think lean startup is a fantastic addition to…

Read More


By
Hugo
0
comment

The Modern, Agile, Innovative Enterprise Start-Up

‘One of the reasons it's hard to build new things at larger companies is because people don't have the mental model of 'my job is to actually learn new things'. A lot of the mental model is you get really good at doing something and then you are supposed to keep on doing that.’ Aditya Agarwal (VP engineering, Dropbox) ‘Dropbox,…

Read More


By
Hugo
0
comment

Emergent Architecture And Design In Scrum

After two days PSM training on October 9th-10th by Naveen Kumar Singh, we had an amazing scrum meetup at Amartha by Naveen on emergent architecture and design in scrum. Most of the companies on implementing the agile way of working face challenge in dealing with the architecture and this gathering discussed topics around scrum, agile and various practices. Naveen shared…

Read More


By
Hugo
2 responses
comment

The Art of Being a Scrum Master

source: scrum.org

One of the questions I hear most often in the scrum community is 'what makes a good scrum master'. The answer can take hours of debate. I think it's simple. Michael Gerber in his book 'the emyth revisited' describes the McDonald's system to build companies: standardize everything into processes, measure everything and hire people with the lowest education possible. The Agile Manifesto…

Read More