Virtual Retrospectives – Tips & Tricks
Esther Derby (who literally co-wrote the book on Agile Retrospectives) had some sage advice at a recent webinar: When facilitating
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Virtual Lean Coffee – Professional Scrum, Agile & New Remote Ways of Working
On April 17, 2020, past students from our Professional Scrum Master classes came together to have a virtual Lean Coffee
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Arrogance, and getting to Done…
“Matt, that is the most arrogant thing I’ve ever heard,” said the Executive leader. And with that, the room turned
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So, the boss says you’re a Scrum Master now…
Here is a common scenario playing out in enterprises around the world today: Executive: “We’re an agile organization now.” Project
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Quality without QA – Keeping the bar high
In 2016, I had the pleasure of coaching at a leading event tech company, EventMobi. Their event app is #1 in the
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Managing Agile — How an agile transformation can be the key to becoming a great manager
Update: November 24, 2016 – I gave a talk based largely on this blog at the Toronto Agile Community Conference 2016 on
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Why You Need an Aspirational Definition of Done
Note: This article was initially published by the Scrum Alliance, here.  Every Scrum team worth its salt has a Definition
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It’s Good To Not Be A Hero – Bringing Joy to QA with Agile
My Agile journey has so far included stops along the way in Project Management, People Management and Quality Assurance. In this
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Choose Your Own Work Flow
Note: This was originally published on the Scrum Alliance website, here: https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/articles/2014/september/choose-your-own-workflow High-performing Scrum teams run like a hot knife through
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