Join Kelley OConnell for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Scrum: Advanced.
Scrum leadership is a journey…and you can improve your own processes…by putting what you've learned into action.…The most impactful place to start…is by working on your servant leadership skills.…Practice asking questions and listening…to what your team offers as solutions…instead of fixing things for them.…This simple step can help your team move towards…self organization and high performance.…Now that you've completed this course,…I recommend you do some more…reading and research on your own.…
Here are some of my favorite books.…The first is Drive, The Surprising Truth About…What Motivates Us by Daniel Pink.…This book will help you understand how to keep your team…engaged and inspired.…Another is Scrum Mastery by Jeff Watts,…and it's a great book on how to improve your skills…as a Scrum master and offers additional ideas…on how to step up your game.…Finally, Coaching Agile Teams by Lisa Adkins…is one of my go-to books for helping me reach my potential…as an agile coach.…
I hope you have a deeper understanding…about how adding some finesse to your Scrum practice…
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- Adding finesse to your scrum
- The product owner and scrum master roles
- The relationship between the product owner and scrum master
- Product owner as business representative
- Product owner as a team's business guide
- Scrum master as team advocate
- The forming and storming stages of team development
- Taking a team from norming to performing
- Scrum master as team guardian