DiscoverScrum Master Toolbox PodcastThe ultimate success goals for Scrum Masters and Scrum teams | Leslie McCormack
The ultimate success goals for Scrum Masters and Scrum teams | Leslie McCormack

The ultimate success goals for Scrum Masters and Scrum teams | Leslie McCormack

Update: 2020-02-201
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Leslie asks a few questions of herself when evaluating her success. We review those questions and why they are important to assess team growth and product success which are the ultimate success goals for Scrum Masters and Scrum teams.

Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: Rotating exercises to create creative thinking

Scrum Masters must be able to adapt their Agile Retrospective exercises to the needs of the team at that time. In this episode, we talk about multiple exercises you can run, and why it is important to always be ready to facilitate a different exercise. We also discuss some of the downsides of repeating exercises over time.

In this episode, we refer to the Sailboat / Speedboat Restrospective exercise, the 3 L’s Retrospective exercise (similar to the 4L’s Retrospective exercise) and others.

 

About Leslie McCormack

Leslie is a full-time Scrum Master. Prior to that Leslie was a Project Manager, and started her career as a mainframe database developer (COBOL, HCL, DB2, Oracle, Unix). After that, she moved on to Java support for a few years. Finally, she transitioned to an analyst role, and it was in that role that she first encountered Agile and Scrum.

You can link with Leslie McCormack on LinkedIn.

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The ultimate success goals for Scrum Masters and Scrum teams | Leslie McCormack

The ultimate success goals for Scrum Masters and Scrum teams | Leslie McCormack