We often ask questions or do surveys to assess our success as Scrum Masters. Those tools are powerful and useful if used in the right way. But very often we also have to go on a gut feel. An intuitive understanding of what the situation is at the present moment. When we do, we have to be able to turn that gut feeling into something concrete. An action that leads to the expected results. Tom discusses how we can do that, and build the necessary feedback loops for our actions.
About Tom Taylor
With interests like Tai Chi and Stand-up Paddleboarding, Tom’s always been attracted to concepts of flow and balance. As an Agilist at Pegasystems, Tom applies these interests directly as a Scrum Master with our Engineering teams, and fosters organizational excellence throughout Pega.
He’s been a Certified Scrum Master for over 4 years, and is also a certified as an Agile Facilitator/Coach, as well as a Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Agilist and a Kanban Management Professional II.
You can link with Tom Taylor on LinkedIn, or shoot him at email at firstname.lastname@example.org.