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How a Traditional Project Manager Felt Relief by Doing Scrum.

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How a Traditional Project Manager Felt Relief by Doing Scrum.

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About 2 years ago I noticed that I no longer recognized some of the more recent Scrum trainers. I really want to get to know the wider Scrum community, and I decided that the way that I would do it would be by doing interviews and then sharing those videos.

This is the starts of that. On an ad-hoc basis I’ll do an interview with a Scrum trainer, coach or personality (whatever that means!!) and bring you their stories. Where they’ve come from, what they’re doing and where they’re going in the future.

I don’t expect this to be a polished exercise … and neither should you! Much of this is new to me and I’m learning as I go. Because of that, I’m going to start with people that I know, until I’m more comfortable, and only then expand the scope of the interviews.

This is the very first interview … and Scrum trainer Ilan Goldstein, CST PMP-ACP was gracious enough to help me stumble my way through!

Here’s the interview.


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