Re: [scrumdevelopment] How do we get senior management teams truly, actively engaged?
>> After some initial discomfort, >>management teams seem to >>come to terms with scrum by >>viewing it as a 'specialist team >>thing'.
So what's happening because of this?
Do you have a "meta scrum" where organizational level impediments/challenges are discussed periodically?
RamOn Jan 1, 2013 4:19 PM, "Steve" <steverwyllie@...> wrote:
I've been a full-time scrum master for the last few years but there's a problem that I eventually keep bumping up against. After some initial discomfort, management teams seem to come to terms with scrum by viewing it as a 'specialist team thing'.
I'd appreciate hearing anyone's experience on how they got typically time-poor, already-busy and stressed managers to reflect on their own working practice and start to at least consider different approaches, values and behaviours?
The group I'm thinking about would be 'managers of product owners', IT Directors and traditional project and programme managers.