Scrum Training

From becoming a certified scrum master to learning how scrum training works in the first place, Leadership Tribe is here to work with you every step of the way.  Learn how to work with various team members with our insight blogs and videos.

Who Owns Quality in a Scrum Team

Ask that question and you face one more: What am I asking about?  In the spirit and work of the Agile scrum, the developers take responsibility for producing the increment, the iteration, and in that sense own the product quality. As part of this process, teams often...
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What is Scrum Methodology?

Scrum & agile project management The philosophy and method of Agile software development and project planning bring product owners, stakeholders, and team members together throughout the lifecycle of the development process. Dynamic self-organized teams focus on...

Scrum Master Vs. Project Manager

We often see the terms of Project Manager and Scrum Master used interchangeably in the agile approach. Their roles tend to get blurred in the current work environment. A Project Manager manages project risks and the ultimate success or failure of a project depends...

Scrum Master – A Project Manager?

I always wondered about the effectiveness of Scrum Masters and Scrum Teams in developing complex products. An Aha! the moment occurred when I recently attended a training workshop on Scrum. So what is Scrum Master and their role?  I learnt that ‘Scrum is a framework...

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