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‘
Lizzy has never been a stranger to training or presenting topics that she believes in but as of today, you will begin to see added to her repertoire formalized Scrum. On the 10th of March 2016, Lizzy Morris was formally acknowledged by the Scrum Alliance as Certified Scrum Trainer.
America is known as a country of fighters, it’s the nation that leads in war and triumphs over terror. The energy that fuels this continuous fight is the conviction of the American people. Despite the differences of race, history and cultures there is a unifying thread of being American that convicts every heart. It supersedes […]
Once upon a time, I played the role of ScrumMaster for 2 teams. They allowed my teams to pick between waterfall and agile. Duh, we choose Agile. We were provided with a room that had all the trimmings like wall to wall white boards, a projector and colored index cards. I brought snacks for the room and the beverages were free. The teams even named themselves – Team Ying Yang & Team Destiny. Everything that i asked for was granted.
Scrum Is In St. Patrick’s Day
Saint Patrick died on March 17, 461 and was buried at Downpatrick. On the anniversary of his death, Irish Catholics all remembered his life by going to church and later having a drink of ale.
Happy President’s Day!
Today, we honor all past and present U.S. presidents. Historically, it was established in 1885 to honor one of our great presidents, President George Washington, which was originally celebrated on his birthday – February 22nd and called “Washington Birthday.” You will still hear many in the government call it by that name as well as people who went on before the New Millennium. The 1971 Uniform Monday Holiday Act changed the date to the third Monday in February. This act was an attempt to create more 3-Day holidays for workers. It now never falls on the actual birthday of any past presidents and usually falls between the birthdays of President Washington and President Lincoln. All that being said, let’s talk about Mr. Washington.