Happy New Year, Agile Faculty! I hope that you are well-rested, centered, and ready to jump into reaching your goals through productivity and with vitality. Last week was all about completing my end-of-year review and retrospectives so I had a sense of what I had produced and how effective my process was for accomplishing my … Continue reading 2018 Scrum Planning with User Stories
Welcome back for part 2 of my year-end review and retrospective. While the new year might seem to be an arbitrary time to take stock and plan for the future, it is still a time that encourages us to check in with ourselves and (re)assess and (re)commit to goals we care about. I actually do … Continue reading 2017 Scrum Retrospective Using Open the Box Activity
When I look back on 2017, other than political strife and anxiety, my year was really about three professional priorities – piloting the Design Thinking Studio in Social Innovation immersive semester that I co-designed as well as Agile Faculty and reconnecting to my larger goals related to that part of my career. In this post, … Continue reading 2017 Scrum Review Using the Daily Scrum Questions
As the year wraps up, I want to thank you for visiting and taking a look at Agile Faculty. I hope you’ll take the opportunity to hold a professional retrospective of the year past – what did you do to accomplish your goals in 2017? What will you do in 2018 to continue to work … Continue reading Happy Holidays!
During the week of December 11tth, I tweeted out quick points from Chapter 2 of Agile Faculty – “Working the Agile Way with Scrum.” Here’s what we covered:
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?