When we introduce Scrum to an organization, many people are skeptical of the monetary benefits and ROI of the Scrum Master position. The question I am often asked is – “How do you justify the salary of the Scrum Master?”
I’ve been thinking about this for some time, and here is an approach that might help you arrive at your own answer…
If you need some help figuring out these answers, contact us and we’ll help you out.
If you take this approach out for a test drive, tell us what you discovered.
My wish for you is not that this approach helps you realize that you need a Scrum Master. It is just that you learn to practice data-driven, evidence based management.
July 25, 2021
Ravi has around 25 years of Software Delivery and Consulting Experience, including Agile Enablement for companies ranging from 10 people to 10,000 people. He is able to earn the trust and respect of C-Level executives and help them understand how the application of Agile Principles, Values, and Practices can become a powerful means to achieving sustainable competitive advantage.
Ravi has a Bachelors Degree in Computer Engineering from R.V.C.E., Bangalore, and a Masters in Entrepreneurship from SMU, Dallas. Ravi received a Certificate in Organizational Development from DePaul University and Linkage Inc. and is an MBTI Certified Practitioner, with a Certificate in Advanced Conflict Resolution from Kilmann Diagnostics. He has also been trained in facilitating workshops for leading organizational change based on the book “Leading Bold Change” by Dr. John Kotter workshops.