Concrete Steps For Transparency in Scrum — Understanding the Scrum Pillars of Empiricism

The scrum pillar of empiricism that is an introduction to achieving autonomy, mastery, and purpose is Transparency.

In this video, I will talk about concrete steps that management can take to initiate a company culture of happiness.

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00:00 — Introduction to Transparency in Scrum
00:05 — What is happiness?
00:18 — Steps that management can take to initiate a company culture of happiness
00:27 — What is Transparency in Scrum?
00:35 — What is the idea behind Transparency in Scrum?
00:57 — What can you do to improve Transparency in Scrum?
01:20 — The first thing you need to say to your employees if you are introducing Scrum to your company
01:35 — What is the purpose of transparency in Scrum?
02:04 — What is the Scrum board and How the Scrum board helps transparency in Scrum?
02:51 — Total Transparency in Scrum leads to higher productivity and a culture of happiness

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