I have worked with a lot of managers in my time and, with respect to those I have worked with, few of them have been great. I don't mean they were poor managers, I mean great as opposed to "just" good. It takes something special to be a great manager.
This post is purposefully short. It embodies the entire concept of the sprint.
Things change. Things always change. So why do people resist it?
Increasing a scrum team’s velocity can become the metric to focus on. A team with a higher velocity will deliver more work, faster. Who wouldn’t want that? Surely, all the team have to do is work harder, right?
By treating your staff like children and creating the right environment to “play” in, your business will be the one reaping the rewards.
"I don't know". Why do we fear to utter those three little words? Why are we terrified of the inevitable time we are asked a question we don’t know the answer to?