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  • mike.dwyer1@comcast.net
    That is good to hear. Looking forward to having you folks in my home town. -- Mike Dwyer I Keep six faithful serving-men Who serve me well and true: Their
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      That is good to hear.  Looking forward to having you folks in my home town. 
       
      --
      Mike Dwyer

      "I Keep six faithful serving-men
      Who serve me well and true:
      Their names are What and Where and When
      And How and Why and Who." - Kipling
       
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      >
      > Hi Mike!
      >
      > The course is 2.5 days and highly experiential, so squeezing it into the May
      > gathering
      > probably is not possible. However, if you are asking whether we could discuss
      > some of the
      > concepts there, Esther and I both plan to attend and no doubt the subject will
      > come up. ;-)
      >
      > Diana
      >
      > Diana Larsen
      > www.futureworksconsulting.com 503-288-3550
      >
      > Upcoming Workshops:
      > "Project Retrospectives and Reviews: A Facilitator's Toolkit"
      > March 24-25, 2005, at Oregon Graduate Institute
      > http://www.cpd.ogi.edu/coursespecific.asp?pam=1573
      >
      > "The Secrets of Agile Teamwork: Beyond Technical Skills"
      > Presenters: Diana Larsen, Esther Derby and Ken Schwaber.
      > April 5-7, 2005
      > See the Events section of our website or write for more details...
      >
      > --- In scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com, mike.dwyer1@c... wrote:
      > > Any chance this can get squeezed into the gathering in Boston this May?
      > >
      > > --
      > > Mike Dwyer
      > >
      > > "I Keep six faithful serving-men
      > > Who serve me well and true:
      > > Their names are What and Where and When
      > > And How and Why and Who." - Kipling
      > >
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      > >
      > > >
      > > >
      > > > Our two best team building people, Esther and Diana, have come up
      > > > with a course to teach us how to build and manage Scrum teams.
      > > > Without understanding this aspect of being a ScrumMaster, we'll get
      > > > tremendous productivity gains which will quickly dissipate when the
      > > > first conflicts occur. So, it is our job to teach the teams how to
      > > > act like and be teams that can sustain and manage themselves. This
      > > > course, is about that. The description is:
      > > >
      > > > XP, Scrum, or any Agile method's productivity comes from self-
      > > > organizing teams, and teams don't become and stay teams by magic, but
      > > > instead by hard work on the part of the XP Coaches, ScrumMasters and
      > > > teams. Esther Derby, Ken Schwaber and I will be conducting a workshop
      > > > in April that we highly recommend for all XP Coaches, Scrum Masters
      > > > or - for that matter - anyone that wants to build or work with an
      > > > outstanding team. The announcement
      > > > follows:
      > > >
      > > > "The Secrets of Agile Teamwork: Beyond Technical Skills", April 5-7,
      > > > Portland Oregon. Contact Esther Derby (derby@e...) phone
      > > > 612-724 8114) or Diana Larsen (dlarsen@f...)
      > > > phone 503 288 3550) for more information or to register.
      > > >
      > > > Beyond technical skills, Agile software development success depends
      > > > on productive, self-organizing teams. How do you develop, grow and
      > > > maintain a functioning, self-organizing team? It's not magic, but it
      > > > doesn't just happen either. Effective self-organizing teams rely on
      > > > personal and interpersonal effectiveness. In this workshop, we'll
      > > > discover the secrets to developing the skills you need to succeed and
      > > > lead in a self-organizing team.
      > > >
      > > >
      > > >
      > > >
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