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Should a Scrum Master Be “Technical”?

This is a pretty popular question in Scrum circles that recently came up on LinkedIn (again). In order to answer this question, I believe we first need to define terms “Scrum Master” and “technical”. Merriam-Webster provides this as a definition … Continue reading

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Should A Scrum Master Have A Goal To Make Themselves Unneeded?

It has become quite common to come across articles or posts that state that the goal of a Scrum Master should be to make themselves unneeded or as a colleague recently put it, “put him or herself out of a job”. … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With Scrum?

What’s wrong with Scrum? In my opinion, nothing really. That’s right, nothing. But Scrum isn’t perfect. Okay, show me what is, please. But Scrum is missing some key properties. Okay, show me what has ALL the key properties you believe are … Continue reading

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