I’m back at it with a better blog here on WordPress. I also went out on a limb and purchased scrumbubbles.com to make sure all this stuff belongs to me! Over the next few weeks, I’ll be transporting my old Blogger content here, but be on the lookout for new agile thought bubbles! They’re coming!
I haven’t posted in a while, but this is a good blog post I thought needed sharing.
I don’t know about you, but making bigger estimates does NOT increase velocity. What are some ways you’ve measurably increased your team’s velocity without making bigger estimates?
Turns out, Rally has been collecting some very useful data! Have a look!
How do scrum masters search for jobs?
Just like anyone else. We check openings on places like Indeed, Dice, and LinkedIn. We submit resumes. We go to interviews. We network as much as we can. In fact, we network A LOT. Most people in the tech industry get jobs based on recommendations from their peers. Let that sink in for a moment.
How others perceive you – your reputation – can possibly determine whether or not you get a position you really want. Continue reading