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For our book "The Zombie Scrum Survival Guide" we developed over 50 different experiments to help Scrum Teams that suffer from Zombie Scrum. We designed each experiment with the assumption that little is possible, management is not supportive and you're pretty much on your own.
How did one or more experiments help you? With your feedback, we can tune the experiments, make them stronger and better support other Scrum Teams.
- Johannes, Barry & Christiaan
Which experiment did you try?
Ask Powerful Questions During Sprint Retrospectives
Ask Powerful Questions To Get Things Done
Bake A Release Pie
Break the Rules!
Create 15% Solutions
Create a Low-Tech Metrics Dashboard to Track Outcomes
Create Better Sprint Goals With Powerful Questions
Create transparency with the stakeholder distance metric
Experiment: Use Critical Incident Reviews to Build Antifragility
Decorate the team room with the product purpose
Develop Local Solutions With Open Spaces
Diagnose Your Team Together with the Zombie Scrum Symptom Checker
Dig Deeper into Problems and Potential Solutions, Together
Evolve your Definition of Done
Express Clear Requests for Help
Express desired outcomes, not work to be done
Find Actions That Boost Both Integration and Autonomy
Find a Minimum Set of Rules for Self-Organization
Focus On What To Stop Doing
Give the stakeholder a desk close to the Scrum Team
Go on a user safari
Increase cross-functionality with a Skill Matrix
Invite stakeholders to a "feedback party"
Create Improvement Recipes
Limit the maximum lenght of your Product Backlog
Limit Your Work-in-Progress
Make the Cost of Low Autonomy Transparent with Permission Tokens
Measure Lead And Cycle Time
Measure Stakeholder Satisfaction
Make a Business Case for Continuous Delivery
Map Dependencies To Find Bottlenecks
Map your Product Backlog on an Ecocycle Planning
Observe What is Happening
Organize Scrum Master Impediment Gatherings
Reiterate The Purpose of the Product at the Start of Each Scrum Event
Ship Every Sprint
Slice Your Product Backlog Items
Share An Impediment Newsletter Throughout The Organization
Share Success Stories and Build on What Made Them Possible
Start A Book Club to Learn Together
Start a stakeholder treasure hunt
Take The First Steps to Automating Integration & Deployment
Use a Physical Scrum Board
Use Compliment Postcards to Create Safety
Use Formal and Informal Networks to Drive Change
How much effort did it take you to run this experiment?
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How likely is it that you'll recommend this experiment to other Scrum Teams?
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