Tricia Broderick is joining Jim Sammons and Sander Dur to talk about Lead without Blame, the masterpiece she wrote together with Diana Larsen. And the part is: we’re giving away a signed, physical copy! The book will be given away to someone in our virtual audience. You’ll be able to ask her questions during the recording. So don’t wait another second, go to the Mastering Agility Mural board and list all the questions that you can possibly think of!
As an audience member, you can actively participate by asking questions and commenting via chat, which Jim and Sander can directly answer. Equally, the hosts can ask you questions to create a more dynamic episode!
Sign up through this Meetup.com page!
Together with the authors of Zombie Scrum Survival Guide, we’re giving away a Plus Edition! Listen to the episode with Johannes Schartau and Christiaan Verwijs to find out how you can win this awesome set!
Would you like to win this awesome marker set from Neuland or this book set? It’s really easy! Join the Mastering Agility Discord community and two random winners will be picked at the end of week 24!
How to join? Just use this link: https://lnkd.in/ey7ZkMJd
Couldn’t be easier. See you there!
Andy Hiles just released his book “Applying Scrum with Kanban: A Pointless Book”, and he’s giving away signed copies! Andy has been able to write this book as if he were having a casual chat with you in the bar, yet able to get across the use of both Scrum and Kanban.
Answers have been overwhelming and have been sent from out the entire world! Ultimately Patrycja Gorka and Teymur Zeynalov took away the win!
A signed copy of the book “Scrum Master: The Agile Training Seminar For Business Performance” by Joe Justice has been won by Epameinodas Anastasiou. Congrats Nodas, enjoy the book!
Carsten Lutzen, playful Agile Coach at the LEGO group, has set us up with this awesome Apollo V rocket! For more information on the Apollo itself, check right here.
What did we need you guys to do? Go to our LinkedIn post on this giveaway and tell us about a failure you had and how you learned from that. Carsten himself picked Jeroen de Jong as the winner! Congrats again Jeroen!