As Scrum Masters we are trained to see problems as the “enemy”, the entity to be attacked, and if possible eliminated. But is that the case? Always? In a healthy system we should know what are the problems we are facing. That does not mean that we should solve all of those problems, however. After all it is a system. Solving one single problem may eliminate many other side-effects. Listen in to learn how Islam understands and develops his view of a healthy system.
About Islam Ismail
Islam Ismail is a senior agile project manager and Scrum Master at Wirecard Technologies GmbH in Munich, Germany. In his current role in PMO and with teams he focuses on scaling agile and unifying processes across divisions.
He was an electronics engineer for five years and a technical manager for six years before making the switch to software in 2011.
Fueled by his passion for the agile field, Islam moved to Munich, Germany, in 2014 where he enriched his knowledge and experience.
Outside of work, he enjoys reading, traveling, playing soccer with friends and spending time with his wife and two lovely daughters.
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