How to Serve an Agile Team

In my experience, many people coming from a more traditional waterfall environment considering the ScrumMaster role get a little nervous about the “servant leadership” term often used when describing this role.  This blog post gives a good example and some tips on what it means to be a servant leader including specific things you can focus on doing.

Beyond removing impediments and keeping a team in flow, a Scrum Master is in a unique position to notice the high priority needs of the team and do something about them. Because of the nature of the role, the Scrum Master has the opportunity to impact team dynamics, health, and relationships more than anyone else on the team.

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