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When the Scrum Master Fails by Being Overly Protective — Making Your Scrum Work

Stefan Wolpers June 14, 2021 TL; DR: When Scrum Masters Fail — Making Your Scrum Work #13 There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. Scrum thrives when the Scrum teams are self-managing while Scrum Masters embrace … Continue reading When the Scrum Master Fails by Being Overly Protective — Making Your Scrum Work

Why Being Told You Need a Business Plan May Be Bad Advice

Steven Imke May 18, 2021 New research shows that most business planning advice is wrong, More successful local services and infrastructure companies are adapting to the changing business climate by abandoning classic business planning and applying more effectual logic and principles to start their business. Entrepreneurship has changed in recent years. As a result, you … Continue reading Why Being Told You Need a Business Plan May Be Bad Advice

You Being Rogue on LinkedIn Yields LIttle to No Results

Colleen McKenna August 22, 2020 I have lots of conversations about the need for a process and our process in particular. Every one of our client conversations involves following particular steps to achieve a stronger LinkedIn presence, a strategic network and increased visibility A proven process, that series of actions or steps taken to achieve … Continue reading You Being Rogue on LinkedIn Yields LIttle to No Results