April: the first 100 days, or getting to a pretty good team
Doing Scrum, Being Agile › April: the first 100 days, or getting to a pretty good team
As a Scrum Trainer, my job is to get people excited about a better way of working, teach them basics of Scrum so they can go out and apply it in the real world. Most people leave their Scrum Master or Product Owner classes full of enthusiasm to start their best project ever, and then they go out all alone into the real world, but then Reality Strikes Back!
This month’s SBC in Zurich is dedicated to the first 100 days: from getting started to having a pretty good team. If those 100 days are in front of you, how did you master the challenge? If they are behind you, what worked (or didn’t) on the road to achieving a pretty good team?
How to prepare
Googling reveals that not many people have written about this topic, (beyond the more general issues of successful transformation or being a good Scrum Masters), but I do have a few suggestions:
- What Do You Do on Your First Day as a ScrumMaster?
- Tips for First-time ScrumMasters
- What is Success for a Scrum Master?
If you haven’t signed up yet, you can still do so! Sign up here for 1704 From 0 to 100: The Scrum Masters Journey to a High Performance Team
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