Become a Good Scrum Master, How?
You would like to be a good scrum master and wondering how you can do that.
In this session, we will cover the knowledge repository and approaches beyond the framework. Topics including
- What are High Performance Teams?
- How do you assess your current team?
- What are the good facilitating approaches?
- How do you coach a team or 1-to-1?
- How do you coach executives and senior management?
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
Opening Discussion "What is the biggest challenge as Scrum Masters"
1 mins individual has an index card and writes down "What at the challenges as Scrum Masters"
Three 2-minute exchange-and-scoring rounds (scoring 1-5 based on the assessment)
3 mins call out the challenges with highest rating
15 mins Top 8 skills of Scrum Master
5 mins Link key skills to top challenges from open discussions
5 mins Introduce the First Group Exercise "Personal Journey" to build trust
20 mins 1st Group Exercise (Coaches to assist)
5 mins Summary and Feedback on 1st Group Exercise
5 mins Introduce the 2nd Group Exercise use "GROW" model
20 Mins 2nd Group Exercise (Coaches to assist)
5 mins Summary and Feedback on the 2nd Group Exercise
5 mins Closure and Retrospective of session
- A good understanding of biggest challenges as Scrum Masters
- Understanding of top skills for a good Scrum Master
- Learn and practice facilitating approach
- Learn and practice coaching approach
Learn and practice coaching approach
Scrum Master, Development Lead, Transformation lead, Agile Coaches, Architects, Agile Team Members
Prerequisites for Attendees
Basic understanding of Agile
Minimum 6 months Experiences in Agile
schedule Submitted 7 months ago
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