This is a companion post to last year’s “I’m a Certified Scrum Coach (CSC) – so what?” post. In that post I spoke about the advantage of using Certified Scrum Coaches over non-certified coaches for agile or Scrum training. I also wrote a post called
Is the bug to the left a large bug or a small bug? It looks HUGE to me! Well, in reality it is probably between .5 and .75 inches long. Not really a very big bug at all. Why do we
What’s wrong with the user story on the card? It seems to have everything we need: a) short title, b) a size (in this case 2), and c) a well-written story using the standard “As a … I want … so that …” format. So what’s wrong?
Have you ever been in a class or training session which is so boring you felt like you might fall asleep? Or maybe you are one of the people that DID fall asleep! I know I’ve been there many times. When I started facilitating sessions on agile
you would have had an absolutely indescribably fantastic time! And that’s just for starters. To be honest, the phrase “that was so much fun it must have been a sin” comes to mind. I had fun every minute I was there. Here’s a short
I’m making my Orlando Scrum Gathering presentation “Doing Scrum Isn’t the Same as LIVING Scrum” available as a PDF. You don’t have to fill out a form to get it, although if you sign up for my mailing list and/or subscribe to the blog I won’t
In about 5 minutes I’m going to play the role of being a “doctor” at the Scrum Clinic which is part of the Orlando Scrum Gathering. It’s an interesting concept. A doctor and a patient meet to discuss a topic important to the patient. In my case the patient wants to talk about the
My friend, Arif Gangji, and I created this video to help his customers understand why his company uses Scrum as their software development framework. I decided I really liked the video, so I’m posting it here as well. It isn’t perfect, but it is plenty good enough to get across the basic ideas of