The ideal agile team is a self organizing, dedicated, cross functional group that has all the skills necessary to deliver a solution that solves their customer’s problem. As a result, the list of roles on an agile team is fairly short generally consisting of roles such as Scrum Master, Product Owner, and the Team. Given all that, many project managers wonder where they fit in. They may act as the Product Owner if they have the skill set and decision making authority to determine what the product should contain. They may become the Scrum Master if they are able to practice servant leadership and act as a coach and facilitator. They may become part of the team and help develop or test. They may focus on coordinating the efforts of multiple agile teams to support the broader goals of a large program. They may not be a good fit for an agile environment at all. Join Kent McDonald as he describes the Product Owner and Scrum Master roles in an agile environment and discusses the various ways that project managers can assess their skill sets and project characteristics to determine where they fit into the picture.