22 Scrum Master Anti-Patterns from Job Ads
Stefan Wolpers

So the company is expected to hire a person who:

  1. Does not do development
  2. Is not a team manager
  3. Is not responsible for delivery
  4. Is not someone looking after a product
  5. Refuses to do booking for Scrum planning meetings
  6. Can be a “scrum master” of only one team (or two at the most)

Why do you think that having one such person for every, say, 8–20 developers is money well spent?

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