A nice overview of warm-ups and energizers can be found here: https://www.mural.co/blog/online-warm-ups-energizers
User-story maps help Agile teams define what to build and maintain visibility for how it all fits together. They enable user-centered conversations, collaboration, and feature prioritization to align and guide iterative product development.
It’s never about writing better requirements; it’s all about fostering collaboration. Read more about it in this article: https://medium.com/serious-scrum/what-not-to-do-with-user-stories-be38ddc76df9
Great article about how an experiment hit off but eventually was killed again. https://www.agilealliance.org/resources/experience-reports/self-organization-eats-agile-at-scale-for-breakfast/
Duncan Maddox created this quiz about the new Scrum Guide.
In this blog, we want to share with you how to play the ‘Scrum Accountability Game’ in a virtual setting and I’ll also be sharing our Mural template that you can use.