Scrum Master is a relatively new role, Scrum itself started the rise to popularity in the early 2000’s. That means that, as Scrum Masters, we are performing a relatively undefined role.
Abbas suggests that, as part of our understanding and definition for success we should ask a few questions that help define the role for us and the organization we work with.
Abbas suggests we consider the role from 3 different perspectives: The tactical side; the strategic side; and the culture side.
Listen in to learn more about what each of these perspectives entails.
Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: MAD/SAD/GLAD retrospective and other techniques
The MAD/SAD/GLAD exercise is a simple approach to cover the different aspects of the previous sprint in a way that elicits emotional thinking. The emotions we have towards the sprint events will help elicit problems, as well as achievements the team experienced during the Sprint.
During the retrospective discussion we also mention other simple, yet powerful techniques that you can use when planning your next retrospective.
About Abbas Ghahremani
Abbas is a Scrum Master who enjoys coaching individuals and teams who are on a journey of developing an agile mindset, focusing on values and principles which will make them work lean, collaborate and generally enjoy work more!
He calls himself an agile and product person focusing on delivering value early and often to customers.