Sept. 28, 2022

LIFE OF A SCRUM MASTER: The Best Agile Coach Moments With Adam Miner

LIFE OF A SCRUM MASTER: The Best Agile Coach Moments With Adam Miner

Welcome to another episode of The Agile Coach! We have a special episode for you today as we bring some of the best moments of our amazing guest, Adam Miner, Founder of Miner Legacy Group and Agile Coach at Huntington National Bank.

Tune in for some valuable nuggets of insight and information in our past two interviews with Adam!

HIGHLIGHTS

Adam relates the importance of communication in sports and the corporate world
Moving around impediments as a Scrum Master
Building relationships and forming a high-performing team
Celebrate your team's success and efforts

“Number one is that I have to be the ultimate example of being transparent. Part of this is about not necessarily playing the bureaucratic, political game in organizations. My personality and style with my teams is not to be the stubborn optimist. If something is going wrong and it's on fire, I'll empathize with that and I'll say this is not a good situation to be in.”
-Adam on fostering transparency in teams
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Welcome to another episode of The Agile Coach! We have a special episode for you today as we bring some of the best moments of our amazing guest, Adam Miner, Founder of Miner Legacy Group and Agile Coach at Huntington National Bank.

Tune in for some valuable nuggets of insight and information in our past two interviews with Adam!

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Adam relates the importance of communication in sports and the corporate world
  • Moving around impediments as a Scrum Master
  • Building relationships and forming a high-performing team
  • Celebrate your team's success and efforts

 

“Number one is that I have to be the ultimate example of being transparent. Part of this is about not necessarily playing the bureaucratic, political game in organizations. My personality and style with my teams is not to be the stubborn optimist. If something is going wrong and it's on fire, I'll empathize with that and I'll say this is not a good situation to be in.”

-Adam on fostering transparency in teams

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Connect with Vivek and find out more about what he’s up to:

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