Teams’ Learning Journey

Embark on a Shu Ha Ri journey—an ancient Japanese path rooted in martial arts, offering personalized growth. Shu, the foundation phase, mirrors a moose learning from a guide. Ha means freedom, exploring variations like a moose dancing and flying.

Progressing to Ri, the moose embodies innovation. Similarly, we evolve from learners to creative leaders, forging unique paths. Embrace Shu Ha Ri as your compass, where stages aren’t linear, but open to your interpretation.


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Shu

Shu

Lay the groundwork for cohesive teamwork. Similar to a group of young moose reading together, this phase emphasizes shared learning, foundational teamwork, and aligning goals for a united approach.

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Ha

Witness the evolution of teamwork dynamics. Just as older moose engage in diverse sports, this phase encourages collaborative play, interdepartmental cooperation, and the development of a harmonious team rhythm.
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Ri

Embrace the journey of team-driven innovation. Like a group of moose inventing new games, this phase empowers teams to pioneer novel approaches, solve complex challenges, and drive organizational progress.

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Coffee and the Resume

It’s summertime, the season of recent grads sending out their brand new resumes. I sat down with the team behind the Meta-Cast podcast, Josh Anderson (@nosrednAhsoJ) and Bob Galen (@bobgalen), to talk about this time-honored document as it relates to the Scrum master role. They shared some great perspectives and tips, some of which might change how you think about resumes.

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Clean Agile Language

Clean Agile Language. No Scrum terminology. No XP terminology. No Kanban terminology. No SAFe terminology. No Agile book or guidance references. Can I go for a day of interactions applying clean agile language? Can I deliver one of my existing presentations applying clean agile language? Can I have a coaching client conversation, just one, by applying clean agile language?

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