A Scrum Master’s role in building am Empirical Organization

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What is the purpose of Scrum?   Why do we do it?

I ask this question to every Scrum Master I meet, coach or interview. To me how a person answers this questions tells me all I need to know about whether that person is going to be successful in the Scrum Master role.

Often Scrum Masters focus too much on peripheral things, like story points, stand-ups, team names or even event facilitation, while often neglecting the most important aspect of their jobs; to help everyone understand Scrum theory and practice, both within the Scrum Team and the organization.

And what is Scrum Theory?

According to the Scrum Guide:
Scrum is founded on empiricism and lean thinking. Empiricism asserts that knowledge comes from experience and making decisions based on what is observed. Lean thinking reduces waste and focuses on the essentials.

In this talk,Scrum expert Joseph DeAngelis explores the Scrum Master’s role in achieving this purpose, not just with their teams, but within the larger organization. The Scrum Master can surely not achieve this by themselves, but they can be a strong catalyst for change.

Join me and learn how!



    Joseph DeAngelis