Scrum is simple; it consists of six time boxes (one of which is optional), three roles, and three ‘official’ artifacts. A sprint, the first of the six time boxes, is an iteration defined by a fixed start and end date; it is kicked off by sprint planning and concluded by the sprint review and retrospective. The […]
A Scrum Master must have a lot of courage to be able to perform his responsibilities. He needs to constantly escalate things and clear obstacles that may not go well with all the team members. A Scrum Master must have to live the Scrum values even when the rest of the organization does not. To do so, a Scrum Master must adhere to the scrum core values.
- Display openness with every action.
- Have no hidden agendas.
- The good, bad, and ugly news are treated equally.
- Be respectful of others, even in questionable situations.
- Have courage and not be afraid to speak up for the team, the project, or the customer.
- Respect people but do not get intimidated by them.
- Meet commitments—do what you say will do.
- Understand and educate team on the importance of focus.
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