My latest blog post for agile training provider Front Row Agile: “Scrum Masters: Don’t Tell Development Teams How to Do Tech Work.”
The Scrum Guide states that “no one (not even the Scrum Master) tells the development team how to turn product backlog into increments of potentially releasable functionality.” There is a good reason for this: The developers are the ones closest to the code, and are usually in a better position than the Scrum Master to understand what low-level decisions should be made and why. […]
This can be a challenge when the Scrum Master is in a hybrid role that requires being at least somewhat hands-on technically…
Read the whole thing on the Front Row Agile blog, and leave a comment.