Scrum Master Tips and Tricks, Part One

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While lots of people are still working remotely, some are returning to company offices, which is creating hybrid team environments. Know what does this new normal means for collaboration within Agile teams and scrum masters are adjusting to this new normal.

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While lots of people are still working remotely, some are returning to company offices, creating hybrid team environments. What does this new normal mean for collaboration within Agile teams? We turned to two of our scrum masters, Madi Fisher and Sam Ervin, to find out. We also asked them for some tips and tricks about coaching non-development teams in adopting Agile.

Hosted by: Melissa Reeve

Melissa Reeve is the Vice President of Marketing at Scaled Agile

Melissa Reeve is the Vice President of Marketing at Scaled Agile, Inc. In this role, Melissa guides the marketing team, helping people better understand Scaled Agile, the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and its mission.

Guest: Maadi Fisher

Madi is the scrum master for the Information Technology and SAFe® Collaborate teams

Madi is the scrum master for the Information Technology and SAFe® Collaborate teams at Scaled Agile. She believes in the power of people and what they can accomplish as a team. And she loves being the glue that helps teams stick to a common goal—all while having fun. Madi’s secret sauce mixes the spirit of collaboration, a shared vision, and being customer centric.

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Guest: Sam Ervin

Sam Ervin is a certified SAFe® 5.0 Program Consultant

Sam is a certified SAFe® 5.0 Program Consultant (SPC) and serves as the scrum master for several teams at Scaled Agile. His recent career highlights include entertaining the crowd as the co-host of the 2019 and 2020 Global SAFe® Summits. A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Sam lives in Denver, CO, where he enjoys CrossFit and Olympic weightlifting.

Learn more about Sam on LinkedIn