Stacia Viscardi

The Professional ScrumMaster's Handbook

In DetailA natural and difficult tension exists between a project team (supply) and its customer (demand); a professional ScrumMaster relaxes this tension using the Scrum framework so that the team arrives at the best possible outcome.
“The Professional ScrumMaster's Handbook” is a practical, no-nonsense guide to helping you become an inspiring and effective ScrumMaster known for getting results.
This book goes into great detail about why it seems like you're fighting traditional management culture every step of the way. You will explore the three roles of Scrum and how, working in harmony, they can deliver a product in the leanest way possible. You'll understand that even though there is no room for a project manager in Scrum, there are certain “management” aspects you should be familiar with to help you along the way. Getting a team to manage itself and take responsibility is no easy feat; this book will show you how to earn trust by displaying it and inspiring courage in a team every day.
“The Professional ScrumMaster's Handbook” will challenge you to dig deep within yourself to improve your mindset, practices, and values in order to build and support the very best agile teams.
ApproachFocusing on the ScrumMaster role and responsibilities, this book presents solutions and ideas for common problems, improving the overall methodology of a ScrumMaster's approach.
Who this book is forThe Professional ScrumMaster's Handbook is for anybody who wishes to be a true ScrumMaster as the role was originally intended – a fearless, professional, change facilitator. This book extends your working knowledge of Scrum to explore other avenues and ways of thinking to help teams and organizations reach their full potential.
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