In response to uncertainty, team members may try to eliminate it at all costs. Doing so can consume too many resources and divert attention from real goals.
Like most people, I don’t thrive on uncertainty. I also work for a custom software consultancy, where some degree of uncertainty is inevitable.
Any scrum master new to a team would be eager to introduce improvements. But try to remember it’s not about you – first, focus on your team.
The most thoughtful way to lead teams through changes takes time, but doing so with care and patience will build team trust and camaraderie.
The postcard is a quick way to inform clients of work completed in the sprint and a snapshot of value delivered by the team. Simplicity is key.
While a list can grow forever, my calendar has finite space. Creating a daily agenda helps me think critically about how much I can accomplish and spend my time on what really matt