Good day (or evening or morning)…
I hope things are going well with you today.
Thanks so much for the input from the blog entry yesterday.
So what does David Letterman and Tony Clark (our artist for the cartoons here at www.implementingscrum.com have in common?
Letterman takes a hiatus once in a while.
At this week Tony is on hiatus too.
Maybe it is not the same timing as Mr. Letterman; however, same concept.
Except that Tony is probably working hard on his business.
So what does this have to do with Scrum?
Part of it is to remind you about full transparency.
And this transparency thing can be hard in your organization.
Take a look at an “old” cartoon about transparency and read the blog entry at www.implementingscrum.com/blog/2006/10/16/transparency-and-jessica-alba-a-scrum-connection/ and learn more about who Tony really digs (not me… well… OK… I dig Ms. Alba too (smile)).
No matter if your organization is two people (like our huge shop here at implementingscrum.com!) or 5000 people, with Scrum you need to turn on full transparency before you can see the full true value of Scrum.
Is what you are doing “good enough” today?
Think about it.
What happens if you turn “up” the transparency factor?
Just like this little blog of mine… I want to make sure as we continue this journey learning about Scrum you know that the comic strips will continue soon.
Don’t worry… I’ve actually got some “inventory” in stock with translations that I should debut.
Maybe some of those will take center stage the rest of the week.
I guess we’ll all see tomorrow.
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