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Serious Scrum

Being busy is the silent killer of Scrum Team effectiveness

Stop spinning plates before they all come crashing down.

Plates broken on the floor. The result of too many spinning plates.
The result of too many spinning plates—Photo by CHUTTERSNAP on Unsplash

Do you experience any of these symptoms?

  • Simple tasks, such as sending an email to a group of people, can take weeks.
  • You need many meetings to stay in “alignment” and everyone is too busy to collaborate.

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Todd Lankford

Todd Lankford

I help organizations simplify their Agile journey by building cultures to emerge better products. https://www.linkedin.com/in/todd-lankford-agile-coach/

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