As a Scrum Master, impediment removal is not only an essential part of your job, but it’s probably one of the biggest ways to have a positive impact on team velocity. Even a highly motivated, highly skilled team are going to struggle if half of their equipment is broke! What I didn’t realise when I […]
This is a quick tip that I struggled with when I started as a Scrum Master and wish someone told me about. Issue to Avoid One person talking for the majority of the time during retrospectives, although this applies to all meetings. Why is it a problem? One voice is not only boring for the […]
Claims transformation (or claims augmentation as it’s sometimes called) in an MVC claims based application is “easy”. All you need is a simple piece of code: Unfortunately, where you add that code isn’t. Options I found a number of options that worked, but didn’t behave in the way I needed. Option 1 – use a […]
Background I’ve just started working on a brand new project as a Scrum Master for a team of 7. There’s quite a mixed bag of experience, ranging from scrum masters to complete agile first timers. For our first retrospective I wanted something simple to explain, but also simple to take part in. The 4Ls technique […]
Very simple post to show the posting pattern for 2015 that JetPack generates I’m sure there are lots of things to read from that, but for the moment, I’m relatively happy with it.