Dina Friis

when the Scrum Team is proud of the product

You know you are doing the heart of Scrum when the Scrum Team is proud of the product.... Read More »

Author: Dina Friis
Jens Ostergaard

when the organization accepts that developing complex products are unpredictable

You know you are doing the heart of scrum, when the organization accepts that developing complex products are unpredictable. ... Read More »

Author: Jens Ostergaard
Gabrielle Benefield

when everyone works towards a shared purpose

You know you are doing the heart of scrum, when everyone works towards a shared purpose.... Read More »

Author: Gabrielle Benefield
mike cohn

when a cross-functional team is given full authority over how to achieve a goal

You know you are Doing the Heart of Scrum when a cross-functional team is given full authority over how to achieve a goal.... Read More »

Author: Mike Cohn
Dave West Scrum Training

you are learning by frequently delivering ‘stuff’ as a team

You know you are doing the Heart of Scrum if you are learning by frequently delivering ‘stuff' as a team.... Read More »

Author: Dave West
Cesario Ramos Scrum Training

If the team owns and improves their process and ways of working every Sprint.

You know you are doing the heart of Scrum if the Scrum Team owns their process and improves it every Sprint.... Read More »

Author: Cesario Ramos
Ron Jeffries

everyone involved with the project

You know you're doing the Heart of Scrum if everyone involved with the project is always confident that they know as much as they need to, about what'... Read More »

Author: Ron Jeffries
Ken Schwaber

nobody allocates assignments and ensures they are done in time

You know you are doing the Heart of Scrum, if nobody allocates assignments and ensures they are done in time.... Read More »

Author: Ken Schwaber
Jeff Sutherland Scrum Inventor

the team has a potentially shippable increment of product at the end of a sprint

You know you are doing the Heart of Scrum, if the team has a potentially shippable increment of product at the end of a sprint.... Read More »

Author: Jeff Sutherland