If you are considering taking your company into the world of Scrum, one of your first questions might be “do I really need a Scrum Master?” After all, you’ve probably got plenty of managers to keep things running, so is it truly necessary to train or hire someone specifically for the job of Scrum Master? We invite you to attend our Agile Scrum Master certification training in Charlotte, North Carolina, to see just what Scrum Masters do – and why they’re so very important to any Scrum based organization.
This is a common question – and a good one. The role of Scrum Master is completely unique to the Scrum framework. What you might not know is that the Scrum Master is a huge part of what makes Scrum so successful and effective.
Since the role is so unique, it really doesn’t work to think about the Scrum Master in the context of other traditional roles that you may be familiar with. The Scrum Master isn’t a manager or a developer – though either one of these might make a good Scrum Master. Ultimately, the Scrum Master’s role is to focus on the long term progress and stability of the team and the project.
Perhaps you’re looking for just the right person to send to our Agile Scrum Master certification training in Charlotte, North Carolina. Or perhaps you’re planning to hire someone specifically for the job. Either way, there are a few key qualities that every Scrum Master should have:
- A Scrum Master is constantly challenging the whole team to improve.
- A Scrum Master makes noise. They constantly challenge the status quo.
- A Scrum Master is observant, always looking for ways to change for the better.
- A Scrum Master is a team builder who puts a premium on collaboration and communication.
- A Scrum Master is aware and focused on meeting the team’s needs.
This sounds like a tall order, but don’t worry. We’re in the business of developing great servant leaders, and you can participate at our Agile Scrum Master certification training in Charlotte, North Carolina! Check out the dates online or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.