ScrumMastered.com deserves a vision statement, however small it is right now. I would like to share the first iteration of that vision statement in the image below.
If you have not defined a vision for yourself as a Scrum Master, you should give it a try following the formula above. It was introduced in the book Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey Moore for product vision.
What is your vision as a Scrum Master?
Share your vision in the comments below.
I get this question sometimes from Scrum Masters who are just starting their journey or want to get into this role. They are worried that they don't have any technical background or don't have a Computer Science degree.
I definitely know where the confusion comes from: quite a lot of companies ask for a Computer Science degree in their job descriptions when hiring Scrum Masters.
In this video I will be talking about my take on this. Do you actually have to be a ex-developer to become a Scrum Master?