Creating a learning model for Scrum Master success | Charles Rodriguez
Charles provides a clear vision for what success is for a Scrum Master, and we discuss what are some of the growth models that help us improve our performance.
In this episode, we refer to the book Turn The Ship Around! by David Marquet, to the learning model based on Shu-Ha-Ri, and a movie, The Karate Kid, which illustrates a learning journey from the very early moments to a moment of mastery.
Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: The Sailboat Retrospective
Metaphor retrospectives help teams enter a mood of reflection by creating a scene where the team projects their feelings and thoughts. In the sailboat retrospective, the metaphor helps the team talk about what is going on at that time, but also to plan for the future and draw a map to achieve their goals. Watch this video for a hands-on example of the sailboat retrospective.
About Charles Rodriguez
Charles has been working in software development for 16+ years with roles ranging from a database developer to manager to agile coach all in an effort to 'try to make things better' for future generations joining the IT industry.