I recently received my CSP Certified Scrum Professional Certification. To become a CSP level you have to have the demonstrated experience, documented training, and proven knowledge in the art of Scrum. CSPs challenge their Scrum teams to improve the way Scrum and other Agile methods are implemented for every project.
Co Chairs Kim Brainard and Victor Bonacci of the Scrum Alliance asked me to be the SGCAL Volunteer Scrum Master leading the Volunteer teams in April, 2017 at the Scrum Gathering in San Diego.
I recently took a class from the company Agilest® on Scaled Agile Framework - Leading SAFe® 4.0 with SA. Our instructor Charles Walstad who is a Senior Director / Chief Methodologist at Agilest gave us great insight and was very informative.
It was an amazing experience to be able to be a Presenter at the Global Scrum Gathering in Munich. My presentation was on a topic called “Lead Learning Out” which is a teaching methodology developed by Apple for working with clients and One to One customers at Apple and designed to reduce the fear and explore with the learner. I taught this methodology and shared teaching experiences with my fellow Scrum colleagues.