From speaking to many people, it seems that saying "no" is very hard for a lot of us. How can you say no without ruining a relationship?
Should a coach push you past your assumed limitations or should they accept you for what you are? Or both?
To be agile, or not to be agile...that is the question! While I am a strong advocate of an agile approach, there are also times when the context or project is not suited to agile.
One of the most insightful people I know - Esther Derby - introduced a phrase to me a while ago that really resonated with me - "Inflicting help".
A ScrumMaster is a servant-leader and their responsibilities include ensuring the team is able to do what they need to do. They facilitate the Scrum process and also the team.
One of the things about Scrum that many organisations find uncomfortable is the concept of accountability. Who do we hold accountable for this piece of work if things don't go well?
If you're fed up of Zoom & Teams calls then rejoice because now you can get back to learning and chatting to real 3D human beings again!
Create a more self-organising, resilient and pro-active culture in your team or organisation with a coaching approach
"Everyone else is better than me. I'm not as good as people think I am and I'm going to get found out" Do you ever feel like you're so close to being found out as an impostor? You're not the only one.
Have you ever been told you're a perfectionist? Is that really common for Product Owners? Is perfection even possible?
Slides from Geoff's keynote talk at SUGSA Regional Scrum Gathering in Cape Town May 2021 on the topic of Simplicity
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