When you teach collaboration, openness, psychological safety, respect, commitment, and then get a lawyer to respond to your request to talk about a clear mismatch on expectations, something is wrong.
And Brett Palmer, as a Certified Scrum Trainer, represents the Scrum Alliance as an ambassador? He teaches the Certified Scrum Master workshop to people every month.
I did what I could - I filed an ethics complaint, with evidence from all of my team members. But the Scrum Alliance can't do anything unless court has decided in my favor. I contacted a lawyer and he said that would probably cost me $100,000. "And you still have no guarantee to collect on damages or loss. Pursuing that may cost an additional $100,000."
There's the "Agile community" and then there's cut-throat business. I used to believe the Agile community didn't have cut-throat people in it. I was warned about Brett Palmer