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The Scrum Field Guide: Agile Advice for Your First Year and Beyond, Second Edition by Mitch Lacey

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Chapter 5. Implementing the Scrum Roles

Traditional teams that shift to Scrum encounter new roles and different ways of thinking. They first need to find a ScrumMaster, whose job is to keep the process running smoothly without dictating solutions. They also need to have a product owner, who is tasked with steering the team in the best direction based on business value. Then, they must learn to be good team members, which involves cultivating a cross-functional attitude, learning new skills, and working on tasks that might be new to them.

Fitting existing team members into the Scrum roles can be challenging. After all, sometimes people don’t fit neatly into just one category—a jack-of-all-trades developer might also have great leadership skills. ...

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