Recorded at the Scrum Alliance's Global Scrum Gathering in Orlando, FL, this episode features nine voices. Vic (@AgileCoffee) was joined by fellow participants (all working with Agile/Scrum teams) to discuss some highlights of the gathering (and CSP Fast Pass).
Brett Palmer (@brett_palmer)
Aaron Kopel (@aakopel)
Jason Tanner (@JasonBTanner)
Leon Sabarsky (@LeonSabarsky)
Anderson Hummel (@anderson_hummel)
If you're looking for a way to randomize a group and match them with scenarios for role play, I suggest trying dominoes.
I've recently been speaking on the topic of pair-coaching, and in developing my workshop, I've been tinkering with using double-nine wooden dominoes. The face of a domino tile is divided into two ends,
It's an onsite company visit! Vic sits down with four employees representing Dev, QA & PMO at the Data Protection Unit of EMC Corp in Irvine, CA, to discuss how the transformation to Agile has changed things up. Also on hand is Scott Dunn (@sdunnRocket9), facilitating the transformation activities and coaching at many levels
Back in March I led a pair coaching workshop at Scrum Day Orange County 2015. My goal with the session was to examine a few pair-coaching roles, share a list of competency areas for Scrum Masters, and use dominoes to demonstrate viable situations where pairing will help the coach, her team, or the larger organization.
Agile coaching demands many skills of the practitioner. In addition to being conversant in common agile processes, we are also called to serve as teacher, facilitator, mentor, counselor, negotiator, and leader. Of course, this is a partial list; there may be no limit to the skills identified as valuable to our coaching profession.
Where did you
I just scheduled our next meetup and threw these two questions out:
How many teams is too many for one roving scrummaster?
How many members before a team is too large?
What's great is that the group can discuss / debate the question. Despite being in Scrum environments for over six years, I don't have THE answer,