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Not everyone wants to slay dragons

What’s your Agile pocket of goodness?

When you take on a gig as a Scrum Master or Agile Coach, it is important to realize the kind of challenge you are taking on.

Someone I know entered 'Here be dragons'- territory and she quickly realized "Hell no! I'm out." She is now looking for a new job.




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