After graduating Politics and Diplomacy I was fortunate to start working as a PA for the former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. On my first day of work, I went to his room to sing some papers. I said "Mr. Olmert…" but soon he stopped me, looked into my eyes and said "You can call me Ehud". From that day I always watched carefully how he communicate with every person that came to our office, or even when we walked on the street. No matter if it was a Prime Minister from another country, a CEO of a big company, an executive leader or just someone that came to ask for help. Every time his approach was to treat that person respectfully and genuinely, without making him feel that he is above nor inferior.
Have you ever wondered what the "best bang for the buck" agility would look like in a team? Recently, I've been faced with a challenging task of bringing a unit of 70 independent IT squads to a reasonable level of agility in less than a year. It's worth mentioning that most of them had no serious practical experience with the framework. A fast, straightforward, and scalable approach was needed.
Do you know any story of a Customer Support Specialist making a successful transition into a Business Analyst position? What were the key factors of their success?
I am curious, what will be first mistake (really common mistake) what will scrum master do on his first project or on beginning of every project.
How should be approached benefits for employees in scrum project methodology? Because some employees have in traditional project management more freedom, breaks reserved for gym or swimming or even more space to do their own stuff during working ours.
Hello, after I pass test on Scrum Master and I already work in IT company and I know we are looking for scrum master, because we are switching to Agile - How I convince company I am right guy for that, but without any experience .
I heard that KANBAN is more suitable for the long – term development projects (without time limits for each deliverables), however, it is necessary to finish a project as soon as possible.