In a traditional organization, a #projectmanager in a #projectmanagement environment carries a great deal of authority. They tell people what needs doing, they tell them how to do it, and they tell them within which cost and time constraints the work must be delivered.
They also actively drive those projects and manage every element of the project. Some, with an iron fist.
In #scrum, the #scrummaster doesn’t carry that kind of authority, nor do they need to according to #agile values and principles. In this short video, John McFadyen explains why.
About John McFadyen
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