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ScrumMasters Competencies

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Interuptions, Support, Business as usual – how do these work in scrum

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The ScrumMaster role – is it REALLY full time?

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This is a question we get asked almost everyday. Mostly it’s by people new to Scrum who don’t understand the role. Often it’s by new ScrumMasters themselves who find their job a bit boring in the beginning.Read More »The ScrumMaster role – is it REALLY full time?