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Webinar: Effective Daily Scrum Patterns

This webinar highlights different styles of useful daily scrum patterns.

Should your Daily Scrum be done round robin, random order, or should you “Walk the Items” instead? Should you run your Daily Scrum quite differently if your team is remote or distributed? What are some good techniques for distributed Daily Scrums These are all challenging questions, and Scrum Patterns help us decide what to do when there are no straightforward, easy answers, for how to implement Scrum. In this webinar, we’ll discuss a simple framework for thinking about Scrum Patterns, as well as 20+ Daily Scrum Patterns. Staying true to the concept of patterns, we’ll discuss which patterns work well, and poorly, in different team and organizational contexts. We’ll also discuss a few Anti-Patterns to avoid. Attendees will walk away with a free PDF handout that summarizes the patterns presented. With these new pattern tools in your tool box, help your team do more effective Scrum!

Charles Bradley is a Professional Scrum Trainer with http://Scrum.org, and the Scrum-Coach-in-Chief of http://ScrumCrazy.com, an Agile coaching and training company. Charles has coached numerous teams on Scrum, XP, and Agile technical practices in Java and .Net technologies. Charles holds the following certifications: Professional Scrum Trainer, Professional Scrum Master II, Professional Scrum Master I, Certified Scrum Professional, Certified Scrum Master, and Sun Certified Java Programmer.

In his spare time, he enjoys driving his wife crazy by talking about Scrum, especially when he refers to his “honey do” list as his “personal backlog” and asks his wife to prioritize her backlog requests. He is based out of Denver, Colorado, and he can be found on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/in/charlesbradley. You can also find an excellent selection of his articles at http://ScrumCrazy.com.