Consultants and Scrum. Worry?

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Hi all,

Wow.  I was going to post the comic strip tonight but wanted to wait just one more day because a few interesting things went on today…

I got a TON of feedback from people on both sides of the fence on this one.

Now, as a consultant/coach/mentor myself, I do not want to seem to have a totally skewed view about this.

Got something to say about the good, the bad, and the ugly about your use of coaches/mentors/consultants in the past?

Scrum related would be great since well, this is about Scrum :) .

Thank you!

- mike vizdos

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