- --- In email@example.com, Ron Jeffries
> I was told by a CSM attendee that it is now official Scrum policy
> that at the end of the CSM course there is a ceremony where people
> have to howl like wolves and act like boxers, and that they are told
> this is sort of the secret Scrum handshake.
> Ron Jeffries
> Fatalism is born of the fear of failure, for we all believe that we
> success in our own hands, and we suspect that our hands are weak. --Conrad
>I remember we did this in Norway back in May -05. I thought it was an
american tradition and I like to be open minded and respect other
cultures. I must admit that I have not adapted this tradition and
when I meet Scrum Masters we still use the traditional European
handshake. I must also admit that I don't speak of pigs and chicken,
but a lot about people.
- Heber Ferraz-Leite schrieb:
> And ... BTW ... I am european, located in Austria. This is not an AmericanThat's certainly a way to explain it. It surely looks like a low effort
> vs. European culture thing, but a "have a sense of humor" vs. "take
> everything too serious" thing ... In my opinion at least.
way. Whether it's an effective way to find out what really goes on - and
perhaps even find an inclusive solution to the mismatch - well, I'm not