Welcome back to yet another week at www.implementingscrum.com. We made it another seven or eight days on this earth — congratulations (smile).
So last week the post was a little long, and I put out some real life information that hit home hard for me. I received a ton of great feedback and people offering a lot of great advice. One thing I do want to make clear is that client was not my only client — something I have learned to not do in the past (depend on 1 client 100% of the time). As a consultant, this is a position you want to get yourself into. Really. Look at me as an example!
Where is our “old” ScrumMaster?
I kinda liked him. He was a little “off” at times; however, he started to grow on me and help with a lot of examples.
He seems to have disappeared last week.
Seems to have gotten himself whacked by some shady characters.
What has Tony done. What have I done?
At this point, there is now a [hot] ScrumMaster who has no problem saying, “Yes” to anything and everything asked of her.
Is this dangerous?
Notice the usage of capital letters above.
YES I AM YELLING THIS TO YOU THIS IS DANGEROUS.
I am trying to make a point (smile).
And, you may be asking yourself, “Mike… What point are you trying to make this week?”
You do not see it?
Read the comic strip above again, and again, and again.
Then, send me an e-mail (or write a comment on this blog entry) about what you think it means.
Take action and do it.
It will take you less than three minutes.
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March 18, 2008