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Three things NOT to do as a new Scrum Master

Congratulations, you landed your first job as a Scrum Master! You’re looking forward to helping your Scrum Teams and organization on their journey to work with this popular framework.

You’ve packed your sticky notes (’cause that’s what Scrum Masters carry around, right?), you know the Scrum Guide by heart, and you’ve done the essential training. Good to go!

In this article, I share three things you should NOT do when starting out as a new Scrum Master.

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Sander Dur

Sander Dur

PST at Scrum.org. Scrum Mastering from the Trenches. Podcast host at “Mastering Agility”, found on all big platforms. LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/sanderdur

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