#64. Carolle Bruce (https://www.linkedin.com/in/carollebruce/) , Director of Information Technology at Avcorp Industries in Vancouver, asks, “What’s the best argument for when senior management says, ‘All this agile stuff is great but I don’t see why you’d have a scrum master on your project when you could have an agile PM instead.’?”
There are some important differences between the role and responsibilities of a project manager and a scrum master. But in Scrum, the role that is closest to the role of a project manager in a traditional project is not the scrum master but the product owner.
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