The Scrum checklist is a simple tool that provides guidelines to assess your current implementation of Scrum or help you adopting it. Created by Henrik Kniberg, the author of “Scrum from the Trenches”, they incorporate his experience gained during years helping companies getting started with Scrum and many meetings with other practitioners, trainers and Scrum coaches.
Other Resources for Scrummasters, Product Owners and Agile Developers: podcasts, approaches, groups
This podcast interviews Rini van Solingen about scrum and agile software development in distributed settings where the team is spread across different locations, different buildings or even different countries and continents.
The Integrum SCRUMCast is a set of weekly podcasts and videos produced by Integrum on various Scrum related topics like the usage of Agile tools or integrating user experience design with Agile process.
The Scrum Expectation Line is defined by Zsolt Fabók as the line that follows the expectations of the Product Owner during each sprint. In this blog post, he discusses the difference between the team capacity to deliver and what the Product Owner wants in each Sprint and explains how his team deals with it.
In this podcast, Mario Cardinal explains his ideas around agile architectures and how to trace system architecture back into requirements.
To what extent are the implications of agility in software really understood? What does it mean to deliver quality in today’s software systems, and how does that need to be reflected in the development and delivery of software today? In this podcast, Walker Royce describes the core measurements that software delivery teams should focus on in moving to agility
Roy Osherove shares in this video how you can you manage a person who is always late to a stand-up meeting.