By February your new year’s resolutions may not be met. That is okay, Just reevaluate or as I say apply T.I.A. Personal Transparency. Be transparent – acknowledge where you are without judgment, and then inspect how far you are from achieving your goal. For example, maybe you thought you could walk somewhere, but when inspected, […]
At the beginning of 2019, I was in India. I decided with my team that I wanted to begin the year, taking my followers and social groups back to the Agile Manifesto value by value, Principle by Principle. I said I was going to start talking about the basics, taking us right back to the […]
The concept of working agreements is as old as the need to cooperate. Inside the agile community, they are used to set the teams norms. They set the agreed upon cultural rules. Working agreements are enforceable within the team because it is a collective agreement. Typically, the people affected by them create them. Working agreements […]
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 […]
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 a job. The interviewer or recruiter must make a decision about you in one hour or less. They must assess your ability perform the job and if you are cultural fit for the organization. Your ability to understand their needs and history becomes monumental. However, don’t treat it like a mountain blocking you. It is simply a stepping stone to where you want to go.