Having learned the basics of being a Scrum master about 5 years ago, I've now passed through the CSM with Scrum Alliance and more recently, PSM I and PSM II with Scrum.org.
Alongside my training, I've added the right amount of seasoning in the real world and now I'm ready to share that experience to help organisations and teams make the right choices.
Its fair to say Im passionate about Scrum and want to see it done well i.e. "professionally". Seeing teams just 'do' Scrum is a waste because I know so much opportunity is being missed.
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As well as being passionate about Scrum, I often write blogs to support topics Im passionate about. I also create video content and love sharing the shortcuts I use all the time.
I've worked with MS office tools for years and use them day-in-day out to help me capture data, visualize information or just provide support to a message I want to share.
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- You pay only the listed price without any hidden costs.
- Money is held securely in Stripe until you are happy with the work.
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If you are using Scrum and you have come to the end of a sprint, its retrospective time! But after a few sprints the same formula or Start/Stop/Continue starts to wear a bit thin. The team start to think this event has less and less value but your Scrum coach and the guide tell you its mandatory!! What should you do?
We've all been there. It's Retro Fatigue :(
The event is designed to let your team share their views on how to improve either the process or the product you are working on. To make the next sprint easier or more efficient. After a while using the same formula, it starts to lose its impetus and then its overall value. The team get bored.
I've worked through this with my teams and we have managed (through hard work and careful choices) to keep our retros fresh, productive and above all, the team keep improving.
I'll share :
- 5 key tips and tricks with you over 30 minutes
- Then give you 10 ideas for really useful retros that have worked for us
- I'll also give you links to 3 awesome websites that have inspired me (even if its just to show that there is more to a retro than just start/stop/continue