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Scrum Master is not an intermediary

Last post 11:25 pm January 23, 2023 by Ian Mitchell
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03:43 pm January 22, 2023


I would like to know if someone could share any article of any "official" site like this one (blog

Where i can show to my work mates that a scrum Master is not a intermediary, for example to take him/her to arrange a meeting between dev of a team other dev from other team 


Thx in advance 

11:25 pm January 23, 2023

Think of it the other way around. If they are an intermediary, what would that mean for the ability of Developers to self-manage their own work? Might the Scrum Master have become a dependency at that point?

If Developers know that such a meeting is necessary for them to meet their commitments which they have made, why can't they get on with it and sort it out themseves?

Sometimes it's best to wonder about these things and to develop a train of thought, rather than to appeal to an "official" voice or position.

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