Agile Coaching Network

Overcoming negative bias of a failed adoption, working with geographically dispersed teams, under trained Scrum masters, building credibility when you are a non-developer coach

April 06, 2017 Episode 14
Agile Coaching Network
Overcoming negative bias of a failed adoption, working with geographically dispersed teams, under trained Scrum masters, building credibility when you are a non-developer coach
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Agile Coaching Network
Overcoming negative bias of a failed adoption, working with geographically dispersed teams, under trained Scrum masters, building credibility when you are a non-developer coach
Apr 06, 2017 Episode 14
Agile Alliance
In this episode we talk about how to overcome the negative bias from a previous failed Agile adoption, tips for working with geographically dispersed teams, what to do if your company can’t or is unwilling to have a trained full time Scrum master, and what to do to build credibility as a non-developer scrum master/coach.
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In this episode we talk about how to overcome the negative bias from a previous failed Agile adoption, tips for working with geographically dispersed teams, what to do if your company can’t or is unwilling to have a trained full time Scrum master, and what to do to build credibility as a non-developer scrum master/coach.



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