7 WEEKS 11 TOPICS

OPPORTUNITY 7 WEEKS 11 TOPICS.

Once you provide your email id, I will email you weekly 1 educational entertaining video on weekends.

I hate spamming, so I promise I wont spam you.

Enter your email id after clicking the below link

http://bit.ly/1TNixfQ

The topics covered will be following:

  1. Career
  2. Business
  3. Design
  4. Customer Discovery
  5. Customer Development
  6. Customer Experience
  7. Company Culture
  8. Marketing
  9. Sales
  10. Failure
  11. Startup

Each email will contain video for the duration of around 1 hour and some additional information with it.

These videos are from industry thought leaders who are leader of there own field.

I will start this on 3rd week of June 2016

Happy Learning!

1st Week: Careers @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsIcFf9pnCo

2nd Week: Business @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cs9zmGR7hk

3rd Week:  Customer Development, Customer Discovery and Failure @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-H7TAcqGko

4th Week: Marketing @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBIVlM435Zg and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnXijAxiy8g

5th Week: Customer Experience, Company Culture and Startup @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ5k_Byd9Fs

6th Week: Design https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBWFfxE2658

7th Week: Sales @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnKJDlaPI2c

Thanks for watching and learning.

 

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How to train your Agile

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Modern Scrum is a certification-laden minefield of detailed practises and roles. To legitimately describe oneself as a Scrum Master or Product Owner involves an expensive two day certification class taught by someone who in turn took an eye-wateringly expensive Scrum Trainer class, from one of the competing factions of “Professional” or “Certified” (but ironically not both) schools of Scrum training. But it was not always so.

What led to the plethora of practises, religion and superstition that surrounds modern “agile” methods? What follows is an amalgam of what may have happened. It is the result of my conversations with a number of early agile practitioners along with my own experiences as both an in-house and contract developer during the 1990s. It is, as they say, “based on real events”.

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