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Can Scrum be used in a Law Firm?

Hey guys, Anatoly from Define Agile. Here I’m answering your questions. These two questions came from Nacho Martinez. He asks: “What’s your opinion about applying Agile Project Management, Scrum, Kanban in legal firms?” That’s a great question. Yes, you can definitely apply Scrum and Kanban to not only software development projects but such things as …

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Should Scrum Master Be Technical?

Hey guys, Anatoly from Define Agile here. Today I am answering a question from Sabah Omer. Sabah said: “Thank you so much for recording the video. I am looking for your advice on students or professionals without an IT/software backgrounds as myself, pursuing certification and then a career in Agile Consultant/Scrum Master. I want to …

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How to Get Started with Agile and Scrum

Hey guys, what’s going on? Anatoly from Define Agile here. I keep answering your questions and this one is: “How do I get started with Agile and Scrum?” It’s a very, very good question. A lot of people are just starting out, a lot of teams are just starting out, and they are not sure …

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Difference Between Project Manager and Scrum Master

Hey guys, Anatoly from Define Agile here. The question that I got asked yesterday was: “Most often job postings are written as a Scrum Master/Project Manager. What is the main difference between Scrum Master and a Project Manager? How can you apply those two skillsets to fulfill the needs of the organization?” That’s a great …

We Don’t Document In Agile!

What is going on, guys? Anatoly, from Define Agile here. Let’s talk about today’s topic. This is a very important one and I think we should talk more about it. It’s about documentation. Stephan asked me a really good question on LinkedIn. Stephan asked, “I was wondering if you might have a video where you …

Should Scrum Master have One-on-Ones?

Hi guys, Anatoly from Define Agile here. Today we’re talking about one-on-ones. Should Scrum Master or Agile coach have one-on-ones with their peers? First of all, I just want to make it clear, there is no word about one-on-ones in the Scrum guide. So if you’re strictly following the guide – there’s no one-on-ones there. …

Differences between Kanban and Scrum

  Hey! How are you guys? This is Anatoly from Define Agile, and today we’re talking about Kanban vs. Scrum. A lot of people ask me:   What’s the difference between those two and when should you use one over the other? Today I want to take a couple of minutes to explain to you …