Collecting some kind of metrics to show the results of your work is important, no doubt in that.
However, in the case of a Scrum Master, that may seem like a daunting task considering the type of work we do.
So how do you go about counting your "coaching points"? (I have just made up that term)
There are actually so many different metrics you can measure as a Scrum Master. You just need to know how to choose them and how to use them!
That is why in today's video I will be sharing some tips on how to make sure your team is on the right track.
As I say in the video, Scrum Masters should make sure that metrics in an agile team are used in the right way to help the team improve. That is why I am curious to know your stories, so comment below to share:
Tell how you used a particular metrics to help your team improve: what did you measure? How did you track it? How it helped your team?
Or share a story of how a good metric was used for a wrong reason that led to negative results.
I am looking foward to read your stories.
Professional Scrum Master II