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Scrum Master Personal Development Practices

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It is not easy to do a Scrum Master job. There's only a two days training and then - you're on your own. Where to go next, how to structure your work, what to do when you're joining an existing team or starting to change development processes in your organization? I'm going to share some useful techniques, which can be transformed into set of individual choices aimed to help our fellow Scrum Master to manage the chaos of a software development world. The ideas of those techniques are coming from a many sources, from many areas of human knowledge: drawing, fencing, physical exercises, philosophy.

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Scrum Master Personal Development Practices

  1. 1. PersonalDevelopment Practices * Ways To Become a Better Scrum Master
  2. 2. Who’stalking Dmitry Lebedev 20 years of delivering software Dozens projects delivered Couple of projects failed Agile Latvia co-founder Some lessons learned Working for Norwegian company Ambita
  3. 3. OnScrum“Success”
  4. 4. WhyScrumDoesn’tWork
  5. 5. SMTrainingisjust2-3daysofBrainwashing
  6. 6. AnotherThingWhichDoesn’tWork
  7. 7. Itook2daysmasterclass ofit.. Copyright © 2016 · Gregor · All Things Gym
  8. 8. AndIstillcan’t...
  9. 9. TypicalScrum SuccessStory
  10. 10. Stage#1:ChaosandDisorder
  11. 11. Stage#2:ScrummasterCame...
  12. 12. Stage#3:HarmonyandPeace.
  13. 13. Example: HowtoDrawaHorse
  14. 14. DrawBasicShapes Basic shapes
  15. 15. AddSmallDetails
  16. 16. Voila!
  17. 17. So,WhyScrumIsFailing?
  18. 18. WhyRevolutions Fail If a revolution destroys a systematic government, but the systematic patterns of thought that produced that government are left intact, then those patterns will repeat themselves in the succeeding government. There’s so much talk about the system. And so little understanding. ― Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
  19. 19. SystematicPatterns Of Thought
  20. 20. PatternsofThought Useful patterns Useless or harmful patterns
  21. 21. MentaltrapsbyAndreKula Persistence Fixation Anticipation Procrastination Acceleration Formulation Amplification Reversion Resistence Division Regulation
  22. 22. Persistence
  23. 23. Amplification
  24. 24. Fixation
  25. 25. Reversion
  26. 26. Anticipation
  27. 27. Resistence
  28. 28. Procrastination
  29. 29. Division
  30. 30. Acceleration
  31. 31. Self-fulfilling Prophecies
  32. 32. UsefulThinking Patterns
  33. 33. KnowledgeisAction
  34. 34. DistinguishKnowledgeandSkills
  35. 35. DoingIsLearning
  36. 36. ActBasedonWhatYouSee,NotonWhatYouKnow
  37. 37. EveryProblemCouldBeTrainedPast
  38. 38. GrowthMindset
  39. 39. AdoptionPatterns
  40. 40. AdoptionPaths Build Scrum from Scratch Transform Existing Process
  41. 41. 4RulesofShape 1.Draw large shapes first 2.Look for enrichment shapes 3.Tie shapes together 4.When you see a “trapped” shape, draw it 1.Big/basic practices first 2.Look for specific practices, which fit into the environment 3.Tie practices together to make sense 4.When you see something useful in place, include it into your practices
  42. 42. ParetoPrincipleForThoughtful Actions 20% of your practices will give you 80% of the result
  43. 43. PracticalAdoption Main question: what can I do to make it better than it is now?
  44. 44. ScrumMaster
  45. 45. ScrumMasterVirtues Honesty Courage Consciousness Self-reflection
  46. 46. ScrumMasterPractices Monitor your progress Reflect your success and failure Share your experience
  47. 47. SourcesOfWisdom
  48. 48. That’sAllFolks

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