When Alistair Cockburn decided to get his CST license, he did so with a broader goal in mind. With his involvement in Agile he was watching Scrum develop along side a great deal of confusion about just what Srum was, … Continued
When you’re working on a scrum team the most important aspect of the team is the results that team achieves. The client is not going to care whether or not the project manager ended up mopping the floor before the … Continued
I was reading this article from the Scrum Alliance on Self Organization and I wanted to share it with you guys because it really does hit home. It describes what Self-Organization can accomplish, as well as some big pitfalls we … Continued
The next Scrum Gathering is coming up next week! May 16-18, 2011 to be exact, and you want to be there! At a Scrum Gathering, PMs can get plugged into a great community of Scrum leaders, learn new techniques, share … Continued
According to their blog, The Scrum Alliance announced that they have “parted ways” with Donna Farmer, their managing director (http://www.scrumalliance.org/blog/134-changes-in-the-scrum-alliance). Carol McEwan is now heading up the directorship, and she is ready to hit the ground running, bringing with her … Continued
The Braintrust Consulting Group, the Southeast’s leading provider of Agile and Traditional Project Management training and coaching, has been officially recognized by the Scrum Alliance as a Registered Education Provider.
According to the Scrum Alliance, the CSM certification is foundation level certification for project managers. However, the for some traditional PMs the Certified Scrum Master certification is a new-fangled idea.So how do you decide if it will benefit your career? … Continued