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Book details Author: Geoff Watts Pages: Resourceful: creative in removing impediments to productivity. Alternative: promote ideas and practices that might be considered counter-cultural. Inspiring: generate enthusiasm and energy in those around them.
Nurturing: enjoy helping both teams and individuals grow. Empathetic: sensitive to the human needs of those around them. Disruptive: break the old status quo to help create new ways of working. Geoff begins his exploration with the idea of being respected. Being respected has two important qualities: humility and personal integrity. Humility is the idea that a person acts selflessly and free of ego while integrity means to act honestly, consistently, reliably and from a strong moral code.
They ask the Team. Whenever any decision needs to be made, the ScrumMaster simply asks the Team what they think is the right response. This simple act is probably the most important action of a ScrumMaster.
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Scrum Mastery: The basics of being a ScrumMaster are fairly straightforward: Facilitate the Scrum process and remove impediments. But being a great ScrumMaster, one who truly embodies the principles of servant-leadership and helps move a team to the high performance levels possible with Scrum, is much harder and much more elusive.
In his over ten years of coaching numerous Scrum teams, t The basics of being a ScrumMaster are fairly straightforward: In his over ten years of coaching numerous Scrum teams, the highly-respected and experienced Scrum coach Geoff Watts has identified patterns that separate a good ScrumMaster from a great one.
In this book, he not only illustrates these patterns through stories of his own experiences and those of the many Scrum teams he has encountered but offers practical guidance for you on your own path to greatness. In this book you will learn: The skills and characteristics of great ScrumMasters How to generate, maintain and increase engagement from the team How to increase the effectiveness of the Scrum meetings, such as retrospectives and daily scrums. Comments on the book Mike Cohn, in his foreword for the book, said: Creating Products That Customers Love said: Scrum mastery is a skill that can be honed and Geoff gives us rich tools to sharpen our craft.
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Sort order. Jan 18, Forest Tong rated it it was amazing. Although this book has some suggestions that I consider to be silly and distracting--like adding a game to the daily scrum updates--it is on the whole a terrific book full of practical, inspiring, and extremely challenging ideas.
For example: A great ScrumMaster knows the power of silence. My only other objection would be that the information is a mishmash of random thoughts that are forced into the acronym RETRAINED instead of coherently org Although this book has some suggestions that I consider to be silly and distracting--like adding a game to the daily scrum updates--it is on the whole a terrific book full of practical, inspiring, and extremely challenging ideas.
But I would much rather a mishmash of random interesting thoughts than a boring framework. Mar 15, Maria rated it liked it Shelves: This book has excellent highlights on what it takes to be a great Scrum Master and I was happy to find a lot of them matched my own observations of what makes SMs effective.
Perhaps because I was already familiar with many of the points raised, I found the book somewhat lacking in practical advice. Despite my somewhat average rating, the book is a good read and I think many will find it useful to discover and start thinking about some of the more subtle aspects of the SM role.
Oct 21, Peter Gfader rated it it was amazing. A must read for every leader of some sort.
The title has Scrum in it, but it is really about building great teams and changing the organisational context.
Foreword cause me to think, there would be some great advice for scrum teams and entirely new topics. In fact, only few things where new and even then, they were explained with long stories and without deep dive into the subject. Content is really basic.
It covers some people managing technics without any new knowledge in that area. It's just scrum perspective on those tools. For plus are chapters about planning and tracking progress and using visuals. I also liked summaries and quotes before and Foreword cause me to think, there would be some great advice for scrum teams and entirely new topics.
I also liked summaries and quotes before and inside chapter which makes reading more enjoyable. The book consists of real life stories and use cases for the daily use of scrum.
I found many of them useful and practical. There are lots of ideas on how to handle difficult situations. The implementation of those ideas is fairly easy and straightforward. Although some of the stories were slightly boring I would recommend this book for begginers, who would like to dive deeper into the world of scrum master's responsibilities.
May 18, Mya rated it really liked it. Great little book.
Short, easy to read chapters with some great real-life examples and ideas. Besides some tips and tricks, I also found it useful to evaluate myself against each of the characteristics described. This has helped identify areas I'm doing well at as well as those I either need more practice at or have not even been aware of! Apr 20, Gerard Chiva rated it really liked it. Great advice for Scrum Masters, written in a friendly way, with lots of practical tips and real stories.
Must read for any good Scrum Master that wants to become a great Scrum Master ;-. Sep 02, Richard rated it it was amazing.
There are some really interesting stories in this book but each chapter starts with a great two line summary which really do sum up a huge amount. A good ScrumMaster grasps the responsibilities of the role. A great ScrumMaster grasps the skills and mindset of the role. A good ScrumMaster will be indispensable to a team. A great ScrumMaster will become both dispensable and wanted. A good ScrumMaster helps a Scrum team survive in an organisation's culture.
A great ScrumMaster helps change the culture There are some really interesting stories in this book but each chapter starts with a great two line summary which really do sum up a huge amount. A great ScrumMaster helps change the culture so Scrum teams can thrive. A good ScrumMaster will hold team members to account if needed. A great ScrumMaster will hold the team to account for not holding their teammates to account.
A good ScrumMaster is wary of influencing the team. A great ScrumMaster can act normally and know the team will still make their own decisions.