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Why most Scrum Masters are destined to fail

What makes the Scrum Master role so extraordinarily demanding?

If you’ve seen Scrum being introduced at a company, then you probably have seen this before. The company is starting with Scrum and a Scrum Master is suddenly needed.

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Content by and for Scrum Practitioners.

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Maarten Dalmijn

Maarten Dalmijn

Product Management Leader. Follow me at https://mdalmijn.com

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