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Scrum Mastery

From Good To Great Servant-Leadership

Scrum Mastery is for practicing ScrumMasters who want to develop themselves into a great servant-leader capable of taking their teams beyond simple process compliance.

  • How to foster a more creative and collaborative team
  • How to generate, maintain and increase engagement from the team
  • How to know when you are a successful ScrumMaster
  • The differences between being a good ScrumMaster and being great
Scrum Mastery
This book is a must read for anyone trying to perform the role of ScrumMaster. Hugely valuable insights, examples and best of all the repeated references to what a 'great' scrum master would do is inspirational. I think I'll be using this as a reference for years to come and have already recommended it to all the scrum masters in my company!

Edward Kenny

Geoff Watts

About Geoff Watts

In his over ten years of coaching numerous Scrum teams, the highly-respected and experienced Scrum coach Geoff Watts has identified patterns that separate a good ScrumMaster from a great one. In this book, he not only illustrates these patterns through stories of his own experiences and those of the many Scrum teams he has encountered but offers practical guidance for you on your own path to greatness.

"I am thoroughly impressed with how comprehensive and well-written the book is. It will be indispensable for many people"

- Roman Pichler Author of Agile Product Management with Scrum: Creating Products That Customers Love

“Scrum mastery is a skill that can be honed and Geoff gives us rich tools to sharpen our craft."

- Jean Tabaka Agile Fellow, Rally Software

With this resource you will learn:

  • The skills and characteristics of great ScrumMasters
  • How to generate, maintain and increase engagement from the team
  • How to increase the effectiveness of the Scrum meetings, such as retrospectives and daily scrums.
  • How to foster a more creative and collaborative team
  • How to increase the performance of the team
  • How to know when you are a successful ScrumMaster

Are you bold enough to develop yourself and create great self-organising teams?