Creating environments where Change is inevitable, a primer for Scrum Masters | Charles Rodriguez
Charles was visiting an Agile Coach Bootcamp organized for Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches to get a solution to his problem: how to make other changes. It was then he noticed that everyone in that room had the same problem. What Charles realized was that his role as a Scrum Master was not to lead change, but rather to create the conditions for change to happen on its own. In this episode, we talk about the method that Charles uses to foster change-friendly environments. We also refer to a reference book: Leading Change by Kotter.
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.