[featured-image single_newwindow=”false”]Steve Porter – Scurm.org[/featured-image]
In this episode you’ll discover:
- Ways to think about Scrum
- Why context is so important when discussing Scrum
- How Scrum is built for safety
- Deeper insights about the concept of a Sprint Goal
Links from the show:
- Scrum.org – http://www.scrum.org
- Why a Product Owner Should Trust their Scrum Team – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xFgjNvPGaw
- Tag Along Travel – Steve’s wife Deborah chronicles her travels as she joins Steve all around the world. She has great tips and tricks for world travelers and great insights for people who live with a spouse who frequently travels. https://tagalongtravel.com/
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Book of the Week:
[callout]The Nexus Framework is the simplest, most effective approach to applying Scrum at scale across multiple teams, sites, and time zones. Created by Scrum.org—the pioneering Scrum training and certification organization founded by Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber—Nexus draws on decades of experience to address the unique challenges teams face in coming together, sharing work, and managing and minimizing dependencies.
Click here to purchase on Amazon.[/callout]
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Want to hear another podcast about the life of an agile coach? — Listen to my conversation with Zach Bonaker, Diane Zajac-Woodie, and Amitai Schlair on episode 39. We discuss growing an agile practice and how coaches help create the environments where agile ideas can flourish.
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