I’ve been fortunate enough to have enjoyed a great Scrum career and, as I look back over the past two decades plus, I note that there is one thing, more than anything else, that took my career in Scrum to a whole new level. Not just a step change. I mean a massive leap forward![Read more…] about Your Scrum Career Can Take-Off With This One Simple Tip
Are Scrum Certificates a Commodity?
If you’ve been sitting on the fence about attending a Scrum course, Turbo Scrum may have the bargain that you’ve been waiting for!
We have NEVER sold Scrum courses at this low price before. Our advice? Snap them up before they’re gone![Read more…] about Mad March Marketing Experiment
The daily scrum is probably the best known, and possibly the most misunderstood, scrum event. Here’s why.[Read more…] about Getting Forensic on the Daily Scrum (2020)
A fixed-price contract is a type of contract where the payment amount does not depend on resources used or time expended.
Government buyers often use Fixed-price contracts to control the cost of a project and put the risk on the seller’s side. From a buyer’s perspective, there are some advantages and disadvantages to this. Here are just some of them.[Read more…] about The Fixed-Price Contract and Agility
Why Face to Face?
Agile coaches and scrum masters are fans of face to face communications. They’re great because we can read nuance, emotion, body language and osmotic communication.
What happens when we can’t do this and end up having a video conference or, worse still, a telephone conference?[Read more…] about Face to Face Communications