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How do you compare? The Scrum Master Salary Report 2022 is based on 1,000-plus replies from practitioners gathered globally during the 4th quarter of 2021. Learn more about your Scrum Master career opportunities for free.

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The Background of the Scrum Master Salary Report

The Scrum Master Salary Report 2022 is the third edition of the industry survey after 2017 and 2019. This free report is based on the answers of 1,113 participants globally. If you are considering a career decision this year, maybe, whether you should join the industry as a junior Scrum Master or move to a new organization or go independent, you will find the report’s information beneficial.

By the way, the average salary of the participants in the survey is $83,687, with a standard deviation of about $48,700. In the complete report, you will find more detailed information; download your copy below. Moreover, we are considering creating a statistical model to suggest further career steps: The “Scrum Master Salary Toolkit.”

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Food for Agile Thought #104: High-Performance Agile Teams, Dual Track Agile, Cultural Revolution

Food for Agile Thought’s issue #104—shared with 10,408 peers—focuses on team building. We address the challenge how to build and scale high-performance agile teams. We learn how important creating the right culture is in that respect, and that the whole process starts with the first team.

We also revisit ‘dual track’ agile—aka continuous product discovery and delivery—and how to visualize your product development work to foster collaboration and inclusion.

Lastly, we dive into product roadmap planning—ProductPlan just published a new survey on processes and tools—, and how to pick the right product ideas from the abundance of available suggestions.

Food for Agile Thought #104: High-Performance Agile Teams, Dual Track Agile, Cultural Revolution

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How to Improve Stand-ups [Guest Post]

TL;DR: How to Improve Stand-ups for Co-Located and Distributed Teams

You’re at another painfully slow stand-up meeting. It feels like it’s never going to end. You begin thinking to yourself, “if I casually sneak out, will anyone notice?” Stand-ups don’t have to be this way. Learn how to improve stand-ups in this guest post from Jonathan Weber.

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Food for Agile Thought #103: Agile Misconceptions, Retro + Product Thinking Exercises, Being PM #1

Food for Agile Thought’s issue #103—shared with 10,283 peers—covers a sad case of failed product discovery. (Yub, SoundCloud.) We also deal with agile misconceptions and hence expectation management for agile transitions, and how to create your agile workspace.

We revisit Google’s learnings on how to create effective teams, pick up ten mental exercises to up your product game, and learn that 15% of product people run weekly experiments.

Lastly, we dive deep into product analytics: what are the data traps to avoid, what is lean analytics, and when to start with what tools and techniques.

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Retrospective Exercises Repository

TL;DR: The Retrospective Exercises Repository

How to prevent retrospective boredom? One way to achieve that is never to repeat the same combination of retrospective exercises twice.

Avoiding repetitions might sound like much work for a single team. However, if your product delivery organization comprises of more than one Scrum team, I can highly recommend creating a retrospective exercises repository as it improves the quality of the retrospectives and saves much time if you share the retrospective exercises with your fellow scrum masters.

Learn how to build such a retrospective exercises repository.

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Food for Agile Thought #102: Ain’t No Spotify Model, Ditching Scrum, Feature Creep Myth

Food for Agile Thought’s issue #102—shared with 10,204 peers—applauds Mr. Hodgson for pointing at the obvious: There is no Spotify Model — you have to figure out ‘agile’ within your organization yourself. And by the way, ‘agile’ does not mean Scrum either. Hubspot ditched it years ago and got it right nevertheless. We also learn how to break up silos in your organization, and why people outside the product trenches regular have trouble understanding what we are talking about.

We watch Melissa Perri warn us to fall for the feature factory trap, and we come to understand that ‘feature creep’ is merely a disguise for us failing to identify the core of our product, and we figure out how to identify our customers’ need and to reverse-engineer it into a product.

Lastly, we listen to Jeff Gothelf to learn how continuous innovation can become the center of an organization.

Have a great week!

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