There are many presumptions that industry has created about the role of Scrum master. How many of those are the actual truth as per the Principles of Scrum? After facilitating the ceremonies, does the Scrum master has any work to do? Why is the Scrum master’s role considered as a full-time job? There are many queries on the responsibilities and leadership approach of a Scrum master.
Who is the Scrum master?
To know the Scrum mastery, let’s discuss the skills a person need to achieve in becoming a Scrum master:
I am a Servant - leader
The honored Leadership practitioner, Robert K. Greenleaf’s everlasting concept “Servant leadership” is the most acknowledged approach of this generation.
I am a Coach & Facilitator
Her job is to make people well - versed with the Scrum ceremonies. Mentoring the teams on how and why do they need to do it.
I Form, Preserve and Strengthen the Team Engagement
Team communication and engagement are the main responsibilities of a Scrum master.
I am Responsible for making Teams more Creative
She perfectly understands that learning is the best possible way to make any plan fruitful. People don’t just get creative on something without getting the minimum required knowledge.
I am the Strongest Pillar that Supports Teams
Scrum master is the medium between the team and Product owner. She is also someone who helps the teams in their communication with the management.
I am a Containeering™Engineer
As a change agent, the Scrum master creates an environment, where people feel the sense of belongingness.