Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Standup Meetings Is "Punishment"?
- Remember, as in any Project Management Methodology, each Corporation adjust to fix their needs, so it may not fit what what written in stone, but could be just as good or better
,my rule of thumb is an old saying...."The proof is in the Pudding. If a changes is working in the umbrella of scrum...then use it.....if not get rid of it......I worked very to become a Scrum Master Coach, but at every place i have Coached there was always someone who new a better way....and for all future Coaching Gig, i expect i will find someone who knows more.....regard...Scrum Master Coach since 2004......
From: alphadog4 <paul_tiseo@...>
Sent: Fri, Jan 7, 2011 10:25 am
Subject: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Standup Meetings Is "Punishment"?
--- In email@example.com, Adam Sroka <adam.sroka@...> wrote:
> I recommend you take a look at this book:
> http://www.pragprog.com/titles/trevan/driving-technical-change . It is
> an excellent take on this exact issue that may help you to figure out
> why this guy is resistant and how to change his mind.
Thank you. I will take a look at this over the weekend.
> > PS: Ironically, the colleague-who-shall-remain-nameless (I know him peripherally) claims to be a "scrum coach".
> I think it is reasonably good advice to never judge a person by his
> title. Find out what he actually does each day. That will tell you
> more about what he knows and why he thinks a particular way.
Couldn't agree more. I was sarcastically stating the irony of a self-declared "scrum coach" not following one of the central ideas of scrum. And, I was sure from his other responses, he wasn't wearing the title well...