If we help our teams too well, they may become dependant on our presence to solve the problems that they should be able to solve on their own. Issam shares a story about the “let me answer that” anti-pattern, where the Scrum Master takes responsibility for answering questions that the team should answer on their own. We discuss the consequences of that anti-pattern and how to get out of it!
About Issam Sedki
Scrum master and agile coach with more than 12 years experience on software development in many countries. With various certifications ranging from project management to Agile and Scrum. Certified PMP professional scrum master, cobit5, pmi agile certified practioner. Issam has been through a lot in this industry.
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