During July we ran an 'IT and digital learning' survey to help participants think about their own and their teams' IT and digital career aspirations, learning paths, and COVID-19's impact on these. At the same time we were keen to continuously improve how we help IT and digital professionals and teams learn in a rapidly changing world.
This article is republished from my original How strong team foundations are helping to provide business continuity post in LinkedIn.
Since December 2018 I’ve worked with an organisation that’s had its share of struggles. Their domain is complex and at the outset of my engagement, delivery and leadership was somewhat traditional, but open to change.
Last week Equinox IT hosted another Certified Scrum Meetup event in our Wellington offices. The event was facilitated by Principal Consultant Kirstin Donaldson and was run using a Lean Coffee format.
Is the Scrum Master role misunderstood in your organisation as a team facilitator or coordinator?
In this short two and a half minute video Certified Scrum Trainer Rowan Bunning explains that the Scrum Master role is often undervalued and he covers the skills Scrum Masters should develop to help organisations realise the promise of Agile.
Scrum is the most popular Agile method in use in the world, and so more than likely your organisation uses Scrum or aspects of it in the work that you do. You may even have people with the title or Scrum Master or you may be one yourself.