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8 dimensions to be a better Scrum Master

If you want to be a better Scrum Master, Here is 8 dimensions to study and develop.

1.      Agile-Lean Practitioner

2.      Business Mastery

Business Mastery is the ability to apply business strategy and management frameworks, product innovation techniques, business process management approaches, and other techniques that relate to innovating products, processes or operations in the business domain. Business Mastery is often paired with Teaching, Mentoring or Facilitating.

3.      Coaching

4.      Facilitating

Coaching and facilitating are related areas of expertise.

5.      Technical Mastery

Technical Mastery is the ability to get your hands dirty architecting, designing, coding, test engineering, or performing some other technical practice, with a focus on promoting technical craftsmanship through example and teaching-by-doing. This Technical Mastery is typically ‘delivered’ through Mentoring or Teaching.

6.      Transformation Mastery

Transformational Mastery is the ability to facilitate, catalyze and (as appropriate) lead organizational change and transformation. This area draws on change management, organization culture, organization development, systems thinking, and other behavioral sciences. Transformational Mastery is frequently paired with Coaching and Facilitating, plus Teaching in some instances.

7.      Mentoring

8.      Teaching

Where do you stand right now?

Where do you want to stand?


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