As an RTE, I want to have a healthy and smart Scrum Master community, because I count on them to help me run the train.
In my current ART, I am working with fifteen amazing scrum masters from development, design, documentation, testing, performance, and globalization. As you can feel, they have unique skill sets, but they all possess the quality of an excellent agile leader.
Hand-picked content for Scrum Masters
One of the things I decided to do, so I can help them grow is to prepare a weekly dose of inspiration in the form of a newsletter.
I know it’s mainstream, but so far, I got a few great feedback entries encouraging me to continue with I do.
I always read the articles before sending them out, and I am picking up content that applies to solve the problems we know we have in our small world.
Also, I want to keep it simple and entertaining because I know this is one of the few thousands of e-mails they receive. I don’t want my e-mail to go to /dev/null immediately :)
This article is a part of series of articles on building a great Community of Practice (a.k.a CoP). I plan to write on that topic almost every week. If you have the same intent as me – helping your Scrum Masters grow – keep an eye here.