There are many tools that can be used to measure our success as Scrum Masters. Jason shares some of the tools he uses as well as his approach to success.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/scrummastertoolbox/20160324_Jason_Littlle_Th.mp3 About Jason Little
Jason Little helps organizations discover more effective practices for managing work and people. Sometimes that means plucking tools from the Agile world and sometimes that means using more traditional management practices, such as The Rockefeller Habits. Jason is passionate about the people side of change, and focus on bringing meaningful change into organizations that will improve the lives of people. Jason has recently released a new book called Lean Change Management: Innovative Practices for Managing Organizational Change.
You can connect with Jason Little on Twitter and link with Jason Little on Linkedin.
Jason Little is also a funder of Happy Melly.
Scrum Masters measure their success in many different ways, Marcus chose happiness in his last project with a software team. He walks us through that and suggests that we use
Niko, Niko index as a tool to measure happiness.
Marcus shared with us a discount code for all that purchase his book until October 14th, 2015. Don’t miss it, purchase the book at
http://bit.ly/theKanbanBook, and use the code scrumkan.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/scrummastertoolbox/20150917_Marcus_Hammerberg_Th.mp3 About Marcus Hammarberg
Marcus is a Software / agile consultant from Sweden on IT-sabatical leave in Indonesia, working for the Salvation Army hospitals there. And yes, using techniques from agile in that work even in non-software environments.
One of those approaches he is using is Kanban, as Marcus is the author of the book Kanban in Action with Joakim Sundén, don’t forget to go to http://bit.ly/theKanbanBook, and get the book with the discount code scrumkan.
You can link with Marcus Hammarberg on LinkedIn, and connect with Marcus Hammarberg on twitter.