Scrum & Soft Skills Needed Combination

  Featured Alumni Article By Gurbrinder Singh Soft skills are the backbone of success for any individual. In a Scrum team where we want to make the entire team become self-managed and self-organizing, emphasis on good soft skills should be an integral part of the Scrum. Usually, soft skills are undervalued and at few places […]

By Lizzy Morris | Blog

How to Prepare for a ScrumMaster Interview

  So, you’ve completed the ScrumMaster training and finally got your certificate as a Certified Scrum Master! Congratulations! Now, its time to prepare for your ScrumMaster interview and land the job. The interview, whether it is in-person, via the web, or on the phone, is still the most common way of selecting a person for […]


You Deserve A Great Trainer

When you decide you want to take an agile or scrum training class you often don’t get much choice on who is delivering the course material.  When it is a class that your employer brings in-house, it is simply a crab shoot. As a result when you turn up to the workshop you go with […]


Yoga Wellness Can Be Seen In Scrum

[mp_row] [mp_span col=”12″] Yoga is a 5,000-year-old physical, mental and spiritual practice originating in India. Over the past ten years, it has gone up in global popularity, and almost every gym has a yoga class. Yoga today spans all ages.  On December 11 in 2014, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as the […]

By Lizzy Morris | Uncategorized

Health, Scrum and SMART GOALS

With every new year comes hope for renewal and a fresh start. The desire to stay fit and lose weight are usually among the Top 5 New Years resolutions year after year. But, how optimistic are you about those goals after the first quarter of the year? By mixing Scrum with SMART goals, you can […]

By Devon Morris | Articles . Resources

How do you feel about Scrum?

At this time of the year, everyone feels a bit of romance. Whether your thoughts are on the one that got away, the love you have or the one you desire, the passion that you feel can roll in like a tide. Sometimes, it’s a bit low where your passion wanes with the feeling of […]

By Devon Morris | Uncategorized

Earning SEUs – Understanding the Options to Maintain Your CSP® Certification

Here’s a consolidated view of CSP® certification requirements and tips on how to earn Scrum Education Units (SEUs). Once you have earned your CSP® certification, there are four things you must do to maintain it. Earn 40 SEUs during the current renewal period. Complete your CSP® renewal application by verifying your profile information and attaching […]


Value Adaptations Even When It’s ‘Ouchy’

The empirical process of Scrum calls to three pillars – Transparency, Inspection and Adaption. Maintaining each of these pillars takes an effort that comes from the human side of Scrum the people, the individuals. Sometimes finding out you need to make adaptions feels like an ‘ouchy‘

By Lizzy Morris | A Tip From The Eagles Nest . Blog . Scrum