There is no guidebook for Scrum Masters with instructions of how to do it right, we often just have to wing it on the spot and adapt to the situation we are facing.
It doesn't mean we can't have a couple of tools up our sleeve to help us out.
In this blog post I would like to share some of the tools I have added into my imaginary toolbox as I gained more knowledge and experience as a Scrum Master. I hope they can help you get started or get better results working with your agile teams.
In this short post I would like to share a tutorial to Retrospective Poker and an introduction to the book Retrospectives: A Scrum Master's Guide.
Retrospective Poker is a great tool to make your retrospectives more productive and more engaging. Watch the video to know more about how this deck of cards can help you improve your every retrospective.
Professional Scrum Master II