This is a wonderful statement for any Scrum coach to hear. And over the past few years I have heard this or a version of this statement a lot. It’s the inevitable follow up question that has grabbed my attention over the last few years. ’How do we get the rest of the organization to start using Scrum?’
The terms Agile and Scrum are synonymous with creating innovation and fostering competitive advantage. Drawn from the game of rugby, Scrum (the most popular Agile framework) requires people to work closely together in a transparent, focused way to get priority items accomplished.
Doesn't sound so tough, right?
Angela discusses more of the challenges and opportunities that arise here.
MINNEAPOLIS – October 4, 2018 – Collaborative Leadership Team (CoLead Team), an industry leader in providing Scrum and Agile coaching and training, hosted its sixth annual Scrum Day Minnesota on October 4, 2018 at the University of Minnesota – St. Paul campus. The sold-out not-for-profit event brought together more than 300 individuals from around the region to share their stories and network as a community.
Collaborative Leadership Team Among First to Achieve Scrum@Scale Training Certification
Scrum@Scale® training session scheduled for October25-26 in Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS – September 28, 2018 – Collaborative Leadership Team (CoLead Team), an industry leader in providing Scrum and Agile coaching and training, has announced it is now certified for leading Scrum Inc’s Scrum@Scale™ (S@S) curriculum. One of the first and only organizations certified to lead S@S training, CoLead Team has two certified S@S trainers on staff and will be hosting at S@S session on October 25-26, 2018 in Minneapolis. The upcoming session will be led by Dee Rhoda, CSP®, ICP-ACC®, CLP, Scrum at Scale Trainer®.
In a recent Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) course, a student new to Scrum was a bit confused by the repeated reference to the ScrumMaster as a “coach”. “What do you mean coaching or when does this coaching happen?” was the question raised.