How to Solve Any Problem in 3 Steps Using the Zombie Retrospective

Facing challenges is an inevitable part of life, but how we deal with them can make a big difference. When problems show up, it’s important to focus on the things that unite us—it’s better to have a common enemy than fight internally. Experience in complex software development has taught me that it’s crucial to stop, think and act at regular intervals.

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Five Reasons Why Batman Would Be a Great Scrum Master

Mike Cohn realized that the perfect Scrum Master has been right in front of us for many years: Batman. Batman probably does not want to quit his crime-fighting ways and take the job of being a Scrum Master. But if he’s willing, there are five reasons why Batman would be the ideal Scrum Master.

Read the complete article here: https://www.mountaingoatsoftware.com/blog/five-reasons-why-batman-would-be-a-great-scrum-master

Peer coaching with a 2-hour string of Liberating Structures

In this blog post, The Liberators shared the string of Liberating Structures they used for peer coaching sessions after trainings they provided. The focus of the string was to refresh learning goals, to identify personal improvements related to those goals and give and get help in achieving them.

Read the complete post here: https://medium.com/the-liberators/peer-coaching-with-a-2-hour-string-of-liberating-structures-6b5a4ea46808