If you aren’t implementing Scrum the right way you are making a bad situation worse. The decision to utilize Scrum doesn’t arise because you are happy with the status quo. If you were, you would keep practicing the same routines you’ve been performing for years. No, you want to use Scrum to become a champion!

So, if you’re not sticking the landing with your Scrum implementation you are adding a degree of difficulty to your Software Delivery efforts on top of a process that already has plenty of challenges. In that scenario it’s obvious that your chances of getting to the medal podium are out the window.

Scrum is simple in concept but deadly hard to implement flawlessly. Around every corner there are challenges. From entrenched culture to the daily discipline needed to execute at a higher level you will struggle to rise to a higher level with Scrum. If you can’t demonstrate progress to your stakeholders they will turn from cheering fans to harsh critics in a moment.

How can you succeed given these challenges? Like those that have gone before you, with great coaching and great resources.

My Scrum Done Right newsletter gives you the coaching and resources to score a ten out of ten on the Scrum balance beam. To get started it provides you a point by point checklist to find out if you and your organization are ready for the rigors of Scrum. From there you will receive weekly updates with new resources and guidance on how you can get the most out of you Scrum implementation.

In addition, you will periodically receive Scrum news updates to keep current on all things Scrum hot off the presses.

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— Nat

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