Introducing the Scrum Master
The Scrum Master role is one of the most misunderstood concepts of Scrum. Many people find it hard to understand the value of someone with no apparent authority or influence on the product or the team. However, the Scrum Master role is crucial for a team's success. The Scrum Master is often referred to as a servant-leader, and this is for good reason. They are the person who ensures that the team is working well together, that impediments to progress are quickly removed, and that the team is moving efficiently toward its goal. They interact with the rest of the Scrum Team but also with the organization and stakeholders. In this section, we'll learn about the things a Scrum Master should do, the things they shouldn't do, and we'll answer some commonly asked questions about this role.
Scrum Master responsibilities
- Promoting and supporting Scrum as defined in the Scrum Guide...