Last week, my colleague, Ilan Kirschenbaum, and one of my agile mentors, published in his blog post “Recipe for becoming a scrum master”.
I really related to his post, because it is actually tracing the steps I went through on the way to become an agile coach (and I continue repeating those steps every day, this blog post is an evidence :)).
Still, I have something to add - some base assumptions I have embraced during the way, which I think worth sharing.
A moment of honesty, the idea for this post came up during NLP lesson, I have recently started. The following base assumptions are also the foundation for the NLP, so I (or we) did not invent anything new here - it is just perfectly blended into being agile. 

 

So, let’s begin with the first one, and for me, it was also the hardest one to acknowledge and embrace.

First assumption:

Everyone is doing the best they can (with the resources they have available)

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I often get asked: Why does the certified LeSS Practitioner training require 3 days?
I thought it would be beneficial to write a short post explaining.

I understand the question.

I really do. 3 days for a training is not very common for these types of trainings, partly because during the last years, the Scrum Alliance had set the standard for scrum related trainings for 2 days (See CSM , CSPO).

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