Releasing software regularly is one of the aspects of success for the team, and for the Scrum Master, but - as Leigh shares - many teams struggle with the mechanics. Leigh suggests we set up the structure with Scrum, to help teams deliver reliably at first, and predictably later.
Finally, Leigh likes to focus on the mindset growth in the team as a measure of progress for his work as a Scrum Master.
Leigh shares a retrospective format that works well for remote/distributed teams, the Starfish retrospective. He mentions how this format helps teams find what is worth continuing to do, instead of only what needs changing. A great format to help reinforce positive behaviors.
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About Leigh Griffin
Leigh is an Engineering Manager in Red Hat working with distributed Agile teams. His focus is on the Agile mindset through proactive Coaching and helping teams to grow.