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The 1 Thing About The Scrum 3.0 Conference Your Team Wants To Know.

Our first Scrum 3.0 Conference in Chicago last week was the stuff Scrum Practitioners and Agilistas get excited about. It was a full day of experiential learning geared for the complex challenges of an Agile workforce. And the energy and feedback around Scrum 3.0, the most Agile version of Scrum that exists, was clear throughout the day’s events. Read More

4 Ways To Be Agile

Scrum provides a minimal framework that enables Agility[1], and at the same time provides a pathway to understand Agility and how to make Teams[2] better. While Teams evolve and mature; they often strive to reach “Agility in all things.” So what does it mean to really be “Agile?” How many ways can one be Agile? Join us as we count a few of the ways! Read More

Insatiable Curiosity: Agile Attractor #12

Curiosity. That itch that always needs to be scratched. That impulse to explore “Why?” “How?” and “What if?” Now, more than ever, fostering a culture of curiosity, where seeking answers, viewpoints, and data are encouraged, is a must for businesses hoping to stay competitive in the marketplace... Read More

Hear 3Back’s Jan Beaver at Global Scrum Gathering® San Diego

What if you could hear from one of the most respected Agile voices while lingering Oceanside in the warm California breezes? You can. Join us at the Global Scrum Gathering San Diego this April 9-12th where 3Back’s own Senior Agility Instructor, Jan Beaver, will be a featured speaker. 3Back’s Dan Rawsthorne and Marcelo Lopez will also be in attendance. Read More

The Secret Behind Building Trust

The issue of trust is everywhere. Trust in our media, our leaders, our relationships. You can’t watch a nightly news broadcast that doesn’t mention how trust is permeating our daily lives. How does the issue of trust impact how we establish working relationships, get along on a Team, and (when you get right down to it) get our job done? What is the secret behind building trust? Read on and find out... Read More

Scrum 3.0: The Most Agile Version Of Scrum There Is

Scrum is a beautiful concept. When it was first developed in the 1990s, we reveled in its elegance and simplicity. Software Product Development thrived within this clear framework of single-source requirements. And, in many scenarios, this version of Scrum still works like a well-oiled machine. Until it doesn’t. Read More