In this video, learn about how to operate as a coach without disrupting team activities. This is important so sprints remain successful as team member skills deepen. Explore a scenario building on previous one, where a scrum master and coach confer after the standup where the coach provides insight on the health of the standup for the scrum master to address.
- We saw how differently from the scrum master … the coach behaved during scrum. … What does the coach do now with all those notes she took? … Let's take a look and see what happens. … - Thanks so much for observing our scrum today, Karen. … I really appreciate any insight you can offer. … - Of course, Anna, that's why I'm here. … I did take notes and I'm going to share what I observed. … First, I thought you did a great job at protecting the event … when Steve was texting during Josie's updates. … You interjected between updates … and called out specific disruptive behavior … without any fanfare or judgment. … - Oh, thank you, Karen. … You know how hard that is for me. … I've come a long way with your help. … I did notice one other area of trouble, though. … Steve's updates were very long … and covered a lot more than he needed to. … In the future, you need to correct this behavior … in the moment. … As a follow-up after-scrum, … speak to Steve and make sure that he's staying on topic …
- What is agile coaching?
- Comparing the skills of the scrum master and the agile coach
- Agile coach as teacher and mentor
- Detecting and resolving issues
- Mediating conflicts
- Identifying the coaching skills and mindset