It is sometime difficult to have an overview of the different principles and practices that are grouped under the Agile banner. In his blog post, Jerome Kehrli has tried the challenging exercise of classifying Agile principles and practices using the periodic table of chemical elements as an inspiration.
Other Resources for Scrummasters, Product Owners and Agile Developers: podcasts, approaches, groups
TastyCupcakes is a community-run site that presents games, techniques and approaches that could be used by Agile coaches and ScrumMasters.
The Agile for Humans Podcast is a podcast managed by Ryan Ripley that started in 2015. His goal is to “help you create safe and collaborative working environments where people are empowered to do their best work.”
The product owner role is responsible that the production of the Scrum team meets the requirements of the customers and deliver value for the organization. This is an important role that requires specific skills. But how do you know that your are doing well? The Growing Agile team as created a self-assessment for product owners.
The Agnostic Agile Oath is a movement that aims at recognizing the importance of being agnostic with agility at any level. As it is stated on the web site: “one size does not fit all, one framework is not the answer, and the what’s and the how’s of what needs to be done, should be suited to customer context and to a wider strategic vision.”
The goal of the Product Owner Podcast is to share stories from real product owners working in Agile teams. It proposes tips, tricks and lessons learned from experience. Listening to these interviews, you will gain insight into how these Product Owners manage their stakeholders, their time and their backlogs to deliver the best possible value with their teams.
Retromat is a free online website that allows to generate random plans for Agile and Scrum retrospectives. Out of a pool of more than 100 activities, it selects one for each of the five phases (stage setting, data gathering, insight generating, decision, conclusion) to create a retrospective plan.