Month: July 2012

  • Agile coach as recogniser of courage

    An Audience for Courage At my current client, we have a weekly Scrum Master Community of Practice meetup. This week on the agenda was an experience report proposed as the results of an experiment. So far, so good. I was sold on it – anything with experiment that didn’t involve animals and/or genitals was fine […]

  • Agile coach as connector.

    A little story I wanted to share, about making a difference without realising it. Today, around lunchtime, as I was heading to the coffee area to get a cup of joe, I noticed a team (one I had met briefly) in a presentation. The title had caught my eye through the glass fronted room. A ‘User […]