It’s been a while [again] since posting anything new at www.implementingscrum.com.
I see people are sharing the information (all around the world) in cubicles and Scrum team rooms. People are linking comic strips from their blogs, using them in presentations, and including them in books.
The Chicken and Pig cartoons here are now firmly established as folklore in the Scrum and Agile communities today.
People either love it or hate the story; however, an amazing thing is happening — people still talk about them AND they are still used to help start tough conversations in software development.
And yet I ask myself, why am I not posting *regularly* here anymore?
The answer is pretty simple. I’ve moved on and evolved my interests over the years. The comic strips are obviously not my area of *passion* anymore; they don’t get me out of bed excited to take on the world daily anymore.
That. Is. OK.
There is still a boat load of information out here to share, consume, and learn with one another.
Heading into 2015 (and beyond), I’ll still be maintaining this site and will continue to push out regular reminder postings with the old comic strips (and possibly some new information as a topic is relevant). If you want to help me on this, please let me know (the ball is in your court on this one, and YES I am serious with this invitation).
Where else am I headed into 2015?
A concept I am calling, “One Shiny Object.”
I’ve been on working with people (all around the world) for many years and have found that my passion today is helping people figure out their own concept of a, “One Shiny Object.”
It’s about keeping things simple. Removing complexity.
Very similar to the concepts we live in the Scrum and Agile world. It’s beyond that now (and probably has always been… I’ll be using the tools in that box heading out of just the software development world).
Out on twitter (@mvizdos there) you can catch me doing this (almost daily) now. At conferences, this is something I am passionately talking to audiences about.
With clients, it’s all about this:
Interested in following me (Mike Vizdos) on this new journey?
Please jump over to www.OneShinyObject.com and let me know your name and e-mail address; from there, we’ll branch off from the topic of this blog about Implementing Scrum and then you’ll see what we can do together to focus on your One Shiny Object.
Amazing things are already happening. Join me (still FREE!).
You’ll still be getting information here about Implementing Scrum, and I reiterate my humble request that you to get involved here to keep things relevant in your world of Scrum today.
It’s all a journey!