As Scrum Masters we have to work with all the people that can contribute to the success of the teams we work with. However, sometimes we do find people that are more invested in their own success than in the success of the team. What is a Scrum Master to do in these situations? Listen in as Larry describes how he dealt with a rogue QA managers that jeopardized the success of the team he was working with.
About Larry Lawhead
Larry is a passionate Agilist with a love for Scrum and Kanban. Also a huge fan of Lean, Theory of Constraints and of course the Toyota Production System. Avid learner. Deeply influenced by the works of Jeff Sutherland, Ken Schwaber, Eliyahu Goldratt, Jeff Patton and countless others. Active in both the PMI and Agile communities in Southern California.
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