One of the worst anti-patterns to deal with as a Scrum Master is the disengaged team. And there are many possible reasons for that anti-pattern. One example is when a team is not allowed space for learning, and necessarily failing some times. Or if the team members are mostly introverts, and there’s no space for them to express their contribution.
Scrum Masters must learn to create space for those team members to express themselves and help the team.
In this episode, we talk about the book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, by Susan Cain. This booked helped Stefania learn how to deal with, and help the quietest team members.
Featured Book of the Week: Agile Estimating and Planning by Mike Cohn
Each Scrum Master journey is a path, and each step has a different focus and a different book that makes an impact. Stefania shares how Agile Estimating and Planning by Mike Cohn was one of those books, and how later she discovered and learned from the NoEstimates book when she was in a different phase of her journey.
About Stefania Marinelli
Stefania is an Agile Manager @Hotels.com (Expedia group) former Scrum Master, former team leader/project manager, former developer. Stefania is fascinated by people dynamics and works every day to create a collaborative and safe environment. NVC practitioner.