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I have attended numerous scrum master workshops and there are some questions that students frequently ask
“Is a Scrum Master for a team of ten be a full-time position or a developer can act as one part time?”
“Is the Scrum Master a project manager?””.The Scrum Master does not have anything to do with the product, so what does he/she do all day?”
However, it seems far beyond imagination that the Scrum Master’s job could be a full-time job, too. Maybe those who ask [or don’t know], “What it is that a Scrum Master does all day long?”
The servant leadership term was coined by Robert Greenleaf in the 1970s about leading a life of service to make others effective and in turn the ones who are being served follow and get influence by the Servant leader and hence they become leaders. They don’t become leaders by command and control or having authority, instead they lead from behind to make others successful
The Scrum Master is a servant leader. He or She serves the developers, the product owner, the organization and the community to make them effective using the elements of Scrum. In the next segment we look at what service they perform
Training and Becoming a Certified Scrum Master demonstrates a true understanding of the Scrum values and provides a level of expertise that goes beyond a typical project manager or team leader. Receiving this type of training can have a great impact on the success of the entire team. Studies have found that 81% of Scrum Masters who received certification agree that it has significantly helped to improve their practice and have a great impact on the success of the entire team.
References: Agile Trail -Agile, Lean, change and improvement by Bernd Schiffer ( https://agiletrail.com/2011/11/14/42-tasks-for-a-scrum-masters-job/)
The internet and social media are full of Agile, Scrum, Product Management, and DevOps jargon, including incorrect and misunderstood concepts. This could be problematic for a learner seeking knowledge. Without a course with Scrum Alliance, Scrum.org, or DevOps Institute, this knowledge is difficult to achieve.
The Concepts & Beyond blog is a free suite of articles and videos packaged in tiny chunks. You will learn or refine your knowledge and skills to help your team and organization be effective. When you want to take your knowledge further, we invite you to join us for our Certified ScrumMaster(CSM), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), Certified DevOps Engineering Foundations (DOEF) and Training from the Back of The Room courses across the USA and Canada.
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