Full Time Scrum Master experiment part 2 – Learning

Full Time Scrum Master experiment part 2 – Learning

The first thing I had to do to prepare for this full time scrum master role was learn the crap out of it. Let’s be clear on something: I love to learn. I studied English literature, psychology and women’s studies in university. I love to learn about the way humans...
Agile with Families

Agile with Families

This is a guest post by Eloise Pelser (@EloisePelser). Eloise sees herself as a survivor, mom, agile enthusiast, scrum master, writer and runner. She blogs here: https://pelsertales.wordpress.com/     Being a Scrum Master, I decided to introduce some Agile...
Team Agreements

Team Agreements

When helping teams get started with Scrum we recommend that they create a set of Working Agreements. These are helpful because they define what behaviour is expected by the team from it’s members. Teams without working agreements often end up with members...
The Four Day Work Week

The Four Day Work Week

About a year ago, we made a fairly major decision at Growing Agile. We realised we were too busy, so we decided to work less. We committed to only working 4 days a week. The idea was we would take Monday’s off and have a 3 day weekend, every weekend. When we...