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Practicing Agile Techniques in Real Life – Studying for Exams

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It is midterm season in my house for both of my daughters. Midterms span two weeks and cover all of their subjects. My oldest daughter, a junior in high school, after numerous years of midterm studying and test taking, has developed her own habits using her hard copy planner for what she needs to study for which subject. My youngest daughter, an eighth grader, is…

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Shifting My Mindset from Scrum Master to Product Owner

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I started out my 2022 year as the Scrum Master, like I have been since 2019, focused on making sure the team was happy, helped with impediments, and as my enneagram personality, always made sure I helped in any degree I could. Little did I know then how my Agile journey would progress during the year!   First, I better back up and start from…

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Three Tips to Help Improve Your Team’s Happiness

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hap·pi·ness /ˈhapēnəs/ noun the state of being happy.   We all spend A LOT of time at work and with our colleagues. We often develop friendships with some of our colleagues that influence our personal happiness, but in this webinar, we will look at our happiness with our team as a whole and how that influences our team performance.   Team happiness is a leading…

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Benefits of Being a Scrum Master Explained by Our Team

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Each one of our team members at DH Leonard Consulting have attended the Scrum Master Credential course through Agile in Nonprofits and became a Scrum Master. Why you might ask? So glad you asked! There are numerous reasons. One of the most important is that each of our Writing Team members helps each client’s grant team focus on improving their efficiency and team happiness, a…

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