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This Week In #Agile 17/11/2017

Posted by Jonathan Orgel on 17/11/17 08:27

Hello again from the Project Management Team at LoansWithNoCreditCheck and BAMTECH Media. Welcome to this, our sixtieth  edition of “This Week in #Agile”. Please feel free to peruse some of the articles that we’ve enjoyed reading over the past week.


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Are you doing it right - is a strong statement to make, the openness of from Bob is refreshing and goes into detail regarding a conversation he has with his good friend after a student questions something that Bob has said in the past.

He then goes on to state; anti-pattern followed by his personal tactics, which really does show Bob’s vast experience as a Scrum coach and teacher.

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I think that there’s never a one size fits all solution in regards to being the perfect Scrum Master, with Scrum Masters having to tailor their behavioural approach depending on a variety of things, including team dynamics, project context, dependencies etc. I also realise that the perspectives of what constitutes a “good” Scrum Master vary significantly, with people offering many differing opinions regarding the matter.

Mike’s article is a very good handrail that highlights key areas of consideration for both existing Scrum Masters and for people that are new to the role, or, are new to working with a Scrum Master.


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A series of links to posts on user stories


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“In other words, the dirty little secret of software development is that projects don’t really exist. And they’re killing our products, teams, and software.” What? Read on!


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Scrum is simple. Stop worrying about polishing it up so it is perfect, because it never will be. Anyway, there are far too many complex, chaotic situations in our world that you are skilled to help others address. We do not need to waste our time staring at our belly-buttons.

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Force Field Analysis was created by Kurt Lewin in the 1940s. Lewin originally used it in his work as a social psychologist. Today, however, it is also used in business, for making and communicating go/no-go decisions.



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