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I read an article where someone proposes to rename the role Scrum Master, following the latest trend of renaming everything that contains the word Master. We shouldn’t remove the word Master from our vocabulary. It is not the opposite of slave. Coming from latin magĭster (derives from magis «more») and means who knows a discipline […]
There many tools and checklists to verify wether your team is doing Scrum and how good (or or bad or ugly) is implementing it. If you are a Scrum Master, self-assessing the following statements from 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree) can help you to make a reality check and compare results with your […]
As the end of the Sprint is approaching, usually in the last few hours before demo or even after, some team member decides to rush activities. What for the whole Sprint (1-4 weeks) and surely till “yesterday” wasn’t possible to complete in 1-2 days, suddenly can be finished in few hours, or it must absolutely […]
A manifesto for Scrum adoption in your life. Assuming you already heard about Agile, Scrum, Sprints and Retrospectives. As in any scrum team, the iterative and incremental process culminate in a retrospective, where members receive and elaborate feedback, taking actions to inspect and correct behaviours, remove obstacles, fix issues. If we are in an Agile […]
Support and encourage learning. Always. As a priority. Facilitate and support collaboration within the team and among teams. Provide tools and resources that make work meaningful. Use them wisely. Embody or support transformational leadership.
Today, as every year the northern hemisphere experience the longest day. In some places, already from few weeks there is no night at all while in others there is, but just enough to help you sleep for a couple of hours. In this diagram check what’s going on today June 21st in Ireland.
July 21, 2018 The Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT) is a nationwide effort involved in rescuing domesticated/ captive wild animals. The WFFT is not a zoo. Here in Thayang, Petchaburi, we spent an amazing unforgettable day with Malai Ngun, with other rescued animals and with smiley volunteers. Malai Ngun was the third and final elephant […]