What portion of our days to we spend in meetings? As faculty we attend department and college meetings, committee meetings, meetings with students, meetings with research peer or our writing groups, professional development meetings, etc. But how many of those meetings are well run…or even necessary (certainly meetings with students and research peers are at … Continue reading Question as Agenda
I really enjoyed chatting with Dr. Katie Linder about Agile Faculty on the Oregon State University E-Campus podcast, Research in Action last month. It’s been great to see folks sharing their excitement about the strategies in the book and showing off their Scrum boards and the ways they’ve modified them – search the hashtag #AgileFaculty … Continue reading Talking Scrum Boards on the YGT Podcast
The answer is “yes, kind of.” Two primary organizations offer credentialing in Scrum: Scrum co-creator Jeff Sutherland’s Scrum Alliance and Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber’s Scrum.org. These organizations set the standards and oversee testing for those teaching and pursuing certifications as Scrum Masters, product owners, Scrum professionals, and Scrum trainers. Scrum coach has become a increasingly … Continue reading Can You Get Certified in Scrum as an Academic?
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While there are thousands of people and organizations tweeting about Agile and Scrum, here are some of the accounts of thought leaders, organizations, and news sources that I follow for news and inspiration. Tech Industry Thought Leaders Jeff Sutherland, co-creator of Scrum, CEO of Scrum Inc. Interesting mix of articles, work with clients, travel, and … Continue reading What Agile Accounts Do I Follow on Social Media?