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Collaborative Leadership Team’s Dee Rhoda to receive her Certified Scrum Professional Credential

WAYZATA, MN: Today, Collaborative Leadership Team, an Agile and Scrum Consultancy, is pleased to announce that Dee Rhoda has received the Certified Scrum Professional Credential (CSP).

The CSP credential is a certification specifically designed for those who wish to continue their Scrum Training on a higher and more sophisticated level. The perquisites for the certification include a minimum of 36 months work experience within the past 5 years, successful implantation of Scrum within organizations and a submission of 70 Scrum Edition Units. Dee said, “It was exciting to reflect on how far I have come in my transformation journey as a part of completing my Certified Scrum Professional designation. I'm looking forward to continuing the journey by helping others change the way they work through Scrum adoption!”

Dee’s certification not only exhibits her dedication to Agile training, but will benefit the team as a whole. Angela Johnson, President of Collaborative Leadership Team said, “The Scrum Alliance community has recognized Dee as an experienced and knowledgeable practitioner of Scrum. Dee's continued growth in the Scrum arena enhances CLTs ability to meet our client’s needs.”

Dee concluded, “The ICP-ACC is also important to my growth in the capacity of an Agile coach and trainer. Completing the work for this certification was personally and professionally rewarding!” For more information regarding the CSP Credential and Dee’s other accomplishments, please visit

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The Collaborative Leadership Team is an Agile and Scrum Consultancy focused on growing Individuals and Teams, improving their ability to deliver valuable, working products. For additional information on our service offerings, please visit our website or send us an email at

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1104 Hollybrook Drive
Wayzata, MN 55391

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