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26
FEB
2014

Software Development as Art – Interview with Ceneé LaTulippe from Reed Group

From time-to-time, I encounter participants in my Certified ScrumMaster courses that have significant experience with Scrum.  In our practitioner interview for February I want to introduce you to just one of these folks – Ceneé LaTulippee, PMO Manager of Software...
21
FEB
2014

Send Four People, Just Pay For Three

San Diego, CA February 21, 2014 – beginning on March 1st, if your organization enrolls four people in any public class produced by Look Forward Consulting, all you pay is the cost of sending three people to course.  The fourth person from your Team gets to attend for free!...
18
FEB
2014

Fearless Change: Patterns for Introducing New Ideas

In a recent conversation with a friend and colleague, she mentioned that while many people leave a Certified ScrumMaster course energized and eager to implement Scrum they lack the tools to be effective in supporting change.  As someone who teaches this course, I asked her what...
10
FEB
2014

Introducing Scrum via Buy a Framework game

Today I am going to share with you a engaging , interactive and brief exercise I use to teach Scrum in the first twenty minutes of my Certified ScrumMaster or a basic one-day Intro to Scrum class.  The game is called Buy a Framework and is based on the classic Innovatio...
05
FEB
2014

Top 10 Blog Posts for 2013

I was reviewing the website traffic and wanted to share with all of you the most popular blog articles from 2013.  If you have not had a chance to take a look, I would encourage you to read a few of these articles. 14 Scrum Case Studies: a 2012 summary of case studies I found...
01
FEB
2014

Defining & Creating Consensus with Teams

Lately, I have been reading The People’s Scrum by Tobias Mayer.  It is full of short essays on Scrum dating back to 2005.  Near the end of the book, I found a very interesting essay titled “Seeking Consent” that examined the impact of how decisions are made.  In the opening of...