DiscoverScrum Master Toolbox PodcastHow do we measure the Scrum Master role? | Dirk Fabricius
How do we measure the Scrum Master role? | Dirk Fabricius

How do we measure the Scrum Master role? | Dirk Fabricius

Update: 2019-11-07
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Read the full Show Notes and search through the world’s largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website

A question Dirk has heard often (and you might have too!) is: how should we measure the Scrum Master role? That led him to think about possible metrics to present to stakeholders. In this episode, we discuss possible Scrum Master metrics as well as the "self-check" questions you can ask yourself when evaluating your own success and evolution as a Scrum Master.

Features Retrospective Format for the Week: Customizing your Retrospectives

Read the full Show Notes and search through the world’s largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website

At some point, the formats you are used to may not be enough, and you need to find another format for the issues at hand. In those situations, Scrum Masters must be comfortable with customizing the retrospective format for their team. In this segment, we discuss tools and approaches you can take to customize your next retrospective to the team's specific needs.

A useful tool, which has been referred to before on the podcast is Retromat.org. However, there are some caveats when using that tool. Listen in to learn about possible drawbacks and how to overcome those.

About Dirk Fabricius

Dirk has worked in jobs with IT focus for 20 years. He has had the roles of Project Lead, Developer (Backend), Product Owner and Scrum Master. He’s also been a Teacher in Public Schools for 7 years.

You can link with Dirk Fabricius on LinkedIn.

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How do we measure the Scrum Master role? | Dirk Fabricius

How do we measure the Scrum Master role? | Dirk Fabricius