The flip answer is certainly to look at team performance and team
results and that is certainly true. However, it seems you are looking
for individual performance measures.
To this I would add the following items.
1. How well did the Scrum Master keep team's progress up to date and
visible to everyone ?
2. What did the Scrum Master do to help improve the lives of the
development team or improve their productivity -- did she help foster
creativity and empowerment ?
3. Did she remove impediments quickly ?
4. Did the Scrum Master help the product owner realize their
objectives through the scrum process ?
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, "Silva, Kara"
> We are developing coaches to help implement agile/scrum throughout
> company. So to create better software faster.
> I would agree that it might be early to start doing this rating but
> is something we have been asked to start thinking about and
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> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Ron Jeffries
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> Subject: Re: [scrumdevelopment] Measuring a scrum master
> On Wednesday, August 24, 2005, at 2:48:43 PM, fighterchick2001
> > What are the measurement points to look at the see what
> > kind of coach that they are? What makes a good one? What makes a
> > one? I guess one clear answer is look at the team's performance
> > am curious to see what other people are thinking about.
> Why is the company creating these Scrummasters? Is it the company's
> intention to export or sell them? Or is it to create better software
> If the latter, is it perhaps premature to evaluate individual team
> members, even SMs, by other than team performance? I think it might
> Ron Jeffries
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