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Meet the Rogers — and why you might be one of them

John used to work in this dreadful, boring environment, where he felt he didn’t matter. People were numbers, being thrown around and even called “resources”. Each day felt like a drag. Every morning John woke up and with all the courage he could muster, he poured his last bit of energy into his job. Only to return home absolutely worn out. No more!

One day he came across an elite team. A thriving team nailing their goals and always supporting each other. They were like a family. “If one man fails, we all fail. We do not assign blame, we fix it

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Sander Dur

Sander Dur

PST at Scrum.org. Scrum Mastering from the Trenches. Podcast host at “Mastering Agility”, found on all big platforms. LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/sanderdur

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