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A Good Experience!

I am now starting to feel normal after all the traveling. The training went extremely well and I think we left a positive mark and enhanced their trust in Scrum as a process. With live examples from their own problem domain we were able to assure them that Scrum can and will work for them

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Day Two In Training

It’s already day two of our training. After surviving the jet lag (at least I am hoping I have survived) and a good night sleep the first day seems to be a success. On day one we went through Scrum as a process on a more theoretical level. We had quite many exercises and as

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My first training pt. III

Heading to bed, taxi to airport leaves in 6 hours. I’m so excited :-). I just hope my luggage clears Charles De Gaulle airport so that I have clothes when I arrive in Kuala Lumpur. I’ll try to update my blog with my feelings during my stay in KL. Stay tuned!

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My first training pt. II

It’s getting closer and I am excited. We, meaning me and my partner in crime, have prepared close to 130 slides for the 2,5 day training. That may sound like a lot comparing to the simplicity of Scrum. This is not just a Scrum training. We are presenting our way of doing things. What has

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My First Training pt. II

The schedule is bit clearer now. It will be at least 2 and a half days of practical Scrum. We will teach, coach, show and introduce Scrum as a way of working. We will also provide our insight on the obstacles and problems specific to our problem domain. During the days we will have plenty

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Agile Coaching

Lot’s of people seem to have read Agile Coaching by Rachel Davies and Liz Sedley and I know why. It is an excellent book. Simply, it gives an awful lot of good practical tips and practices how to be an effective coach. I won’t go into details about the book, but its contents are of

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