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Continuous Improvement
Beth Outz

Leadership Looks Good On You

Leadership Looks Good On You! Just like Michelle in the video below, build a foundation in agile, cultivate a safe-to-fail mindset, and confidently guide any organization toward sustainable agility with our Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) courses. Designed to help you embrace the agile leadership model that fits

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Agile
Beth Outz

Certified Scrum Masters Are In High Demand

Certified Scrum Masters Are In High Demand Scrum Masters are in high demand right now. In fact, according to Zip Recruiter, there are more than 65,000 scrum master job openings in the US currently!  As opposed to becoming a project manager, you can become a

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Agile
Beth Outz

Whip Your Backlog Into Shape

Whip Your Backlog Into Shape Remember the band Devo and those red hats they wore during the music video for “Whip It?” Me too. Devo and those red hats came to mind recently while I was preparing to deliver a Scrum training. It was Saturday night, and

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Agile
Beth Outz

Iterative Retrospective Experimentation

Iterative Retrospective Experimentation I really enjoy experimentation at work, and I get a lot of value out of it. I think it’s a great way to unleash creativity, try out new ideas, continuously improve, have fun, and see what works and what doesn’t work. One

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Agile
Aaron Kopel

Key Agile Metrics

Key Agile Metrics Could your Agile metrics use some attention? Don’t let this critical step fall to the wayside. Brush up on the metrics you’re tracking and see if they could use some fine-tuning!   Download our Key Agile Metrics infographic.

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Agile
Beth Outz

Teamification: Agile Team Self-Selection

Teamification: Agile Team Self-Selection Earlier this year, while consulting as an Agile Coach, I was involved with an interesting experiment. The experiment asked individuals to self-select into software development teams. Team members would be allowed to choose what products they worked on and who they

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