“I have no idea what I’m doing?”

Have you experienced this feeling? As an Agile coach or Scrum master, you think that you are to your team or company, and you don’t have a good feeling about your accomplishments.

It’s time to be an impactful agile practitioner that makes awesome results

Imposter syndrome

A psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud”. Individuals with impostorism incorrectly attribute their success to luck, or as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are more intelligent than they perceive themselves to be.

 

Yes, It happened, It has happened to all of us.

How to be impactful?

Another $1000 Scrum/Agile course?!

Another CSM or PSM certificate?!

Learn how to use Jira? or Confluence?!

Real Stories from trenches

We need to hear more real stories and experiences of trenches. Stories of:

 

  • How to help teams to change their mindset?

  • How to handle and facilitate tough situations like conflicts?

  • how to adapt tools and practices in different contexts?

  • how to transform the way of planning and estimation?

  • how to start an agile transformation, How to measure agility and team performance?

  • How to measure my impact? and how to prove it to my stakeholders?

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You will get stories from trenches and experiences that can help you on your impactful journey. 

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Story 1: #Conflict

How I resolved the conflicts of my team as a scrum master?

Resolve conflicts in Agile Teams for Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches

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Story 2: #Estimation

How to transform my sprint planning and estimations?

How to transform my sprint planning and estimation?

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Story 3: #Coaching

5 Steps to avoid Imposter syndrome for Agile Coaches

5 Steps to avoid Imposter syndrome for Agile Coaches

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Story 4: #Estimation

Effective estimation with estimation board

Do we need to use story points, man/hour, ideal man/day, or even #NoEstimation?

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Story 5: #Coaching

5 Steps to Create an Agile Structure

How to create an agile structure?

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Story 6: #Coaching

Create a real agile team with Fogg behavior model

How I transformed a team to be real an agile team?

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Story 7: #Product

Jobs To be done in the real world

People don’t want to buy a quarter-inch drill. They want a quarter-inch hole!

How to use it in the real world?
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Story 8: #Coaching

OITO vs OKR: How to help to use effective goal setting system in the real world

OKR or OITO?

A big company asked me to help them to implement OKR. I tried to understand why they are looking for a goal-setting system?
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Story 9: #Coaching

More stories about imposter syndrome for coaches

More stories about coaching canvas

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Story 10: #Transformation

Real Agile transformation case study, with Agile Fluency Model

Real Agile transformation case study, with Agile Fluency Model

+ Case Study
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Story 11: #Transformation

How to use the Agile Fluency Model

How to use the Agile Fluency Model

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Story 12: #Coaching

How to handle unplanned works during the sprint?

You need to stop using buffer to manage unplanned work in Scrum

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Story 13: #Coaching

Design, backend and frontend collaboration problem in scrum teams?

This month, I helped a scrum team to transform their planning and collaboration way, the way of working of different skills together as a team.

+ Tools and Case study
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Story 14: #Coaching

How to decrease team resistance against new practices with Hypothesis story for Scrum master and agile coaches

How to decrease team resistance against new practices with Hypothesis story for Scrum master and agile coaches

+ Tools and Case study
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What about

Practical Outcome-Oriented Agile Transformation

After more than 20 years of Agile movement, many organizations have not yet achieved the agile promises.

Why? Because many agile practitioners have sought to implement different frameworks, and have defined their success metrics for implementing these frameworks or methods. But now is the time to go back to the promises of agility and define a change plan based on results.