In this article I want to share an analogy taken from my day to day life in handling the situation where the member of your Development Team is "missing". The story I will share might not related with Scrum in general, but definitely reflects how Scrum team works...or at least how it should works.
Do you really think that self organized and cross functional is enough in a Scrum Team? In this article I will show you that more attitude is needed to get your Scrum Team more solid.
There are situations where you have a Scrum team member who - unfortunately - is your line manager. The cultural behavior here in Indonesia is that people tend to put hierarchical issue above other. I will share my experience in that situation. Read more.
Looking for an interesting and attention taker presentation type? You should try pecha kucha. Read more in this article.
There are some times when the increment is not ready to be delivered in the release sprint. What should we do about it? I will share a story about that in this article.
An article that describes the activities need to be done before a sprint starts.
Apart from a cross functional team, having a self organized team is one of the key-strength in Scrum. I will share some of my experiences with my Scrum Teams in this article.