I often feel that the term "Scrum Master" does not represent the role very well. So here is my question for you:
How do you describe a Scrum Master role to people who know nothing about Scrum, Agile or even software development?
Let me know in the comments below.
Ever thought of what you are going to do when you join a new Agile team?
I am sure you feel overwhelmed just thinking about it: all the positive changes that you need to bring, all the expectations the company has about you and your team...
Keep your cool. v(￣ｰ￣)v I have an action plan for you about what you should do first and foremost when joining a new team as a Scrum Master (and it does not start with 'make some changes').
It could take a while to understand how to approach your Scrum Master role, especially, if you are completely new to this.
Watch the video to know exactly what your should focus on in the first two weeks of joining a team.
Agilist & Process Optimizer | Professional Scrum Master | Coach | Trainer | Facilitator