May 2, 2021
Experimentation is a dirty word in many organizations, however, it can be a powerful tool to drive and guide change. Tammy Gretz shares how she adopted experiments in her practice and how she uses them to change the behavior and culture of people and organizations.
I am occasionally asked why I enjoy meet-ups so much. Meeting people like Tammy is a major part of the reason. Thanks to the Women in Agile, Cleveland for the great introduction which lead to this interview!
Tammy is an “Agile Coach Making Shift Happen”
“I exist to generously collaborate, embrace tension and use it to make shift happen.”
I have been influencing change through servant leadership, elbow grease, and lattes for over 20 years. I am a massive maker and the majority of my education comes from experimenting and the relentless pursuit of understanding team dynamics, embracing tension, and using it to fuel innovation and change in the workplace and beyond.
The Software Process and Measurement Cast is a proud media sponsor of the Global Scrum Master Summit.
The First Global Scrum Master Summit
Week of May 17th, 2021, Live and Recorded
Organized by the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Re-Read Saturday News
Chapter 12 in Fixing Your Scrum, Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Problems, by Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller, talks about the daily scrum. The daily “meeting” might be a ubiquitous feature of corporate life but it can be better!
If you have not bought your copy -- what are you waiting for? Fixing Your Scrum: Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Problems
This Week’s Installment
In the next SPaMCAST, we will chew on work entry patterns. There are 5 basic patterns which are you? Why is one better than another (some are downright not useful for agile).
We will also have a visit from Tony Timbol bringing the story on user stories to the Software Process and Measurement Cast listeners