Virtual Retrospectives – Tips & Tricks
Esther Derby (who literally co-wrote the book on Agile Retrospectives) had some sage advice at a recent webinar: When facilitatingRead more.
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 CoffeeRead more.
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 turnedRead more.
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.” ProjectRead more.
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 theRead more.
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 onRead more.
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 DefinitionRead more.
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 thisRead more.
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 throughRead more.