Check out Scrum Spotlight: Raising Thousands of Dollars for the World Health Organization and Colors of Change by Kamaria Hill. Here is an excerpt:

Scrum Spotlight: Raising Thousands of Dollars for the World Health Organization and Colors of Change

by the Scrum Inc. Team | July 30, 2020 | Blog

Last month, trainers from the Scrum Inc. Education Program came together to support…

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Check out Quote of the Day by Glen B. Alleman. Here is an excerpt:

Solum certum nihil esse certi
The only certainty is uncertainty
Pliny the Elder, Historia Naturalis, Bk ii, 7

All projects operate in the presence of risk which is created by uncertainty. Uncertainty comes in two forms. Reducible (Epistemic) and Irreducible (Aleatory). To make Risk-Informed…

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Check out Yet Another New Practice: Time Grids by Jurgen Appelo. Here is an excerpt:

Time Grids

I work too much and I achieve too little.

That was the result of a personal reflection session I did this summer while on vacation in Tuscany. I have too many ideas, too many hobbies, and too many projects. At the same time, mostly because of all the project-switching, I don’t…

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