Jan de Boer wrote:The worst thing was that the team seriously discussed the matter of the burn down chart, even after the manager was gone. I thought it was irrelevant for our work, and just wanted to get things fixed, without getting into a dogmatic scrum discussion.
Jan de Boer wrote:It feels like being in a factory with someone with a stopwatch behind me. And this should energize me and make me happy?
Junilu Lacar wrote:I think I have asked this of you a number of times before but have you discussed how you feel with the rest of the team?
Jan de Boer wrote:Appearantly I am still technically capable enough to keep my employer happy, although I have a negative bias towards scrum. I am happy with that since I like the technical subject we're working on.
Junilu Lacar wrote:The person becomes more isolated and is seen by the rest of the team as being difficult.
Junilu Lacar wrote:And I'm not saying you're being a jerk. You could very well have good reason to feel the way you do which would be even more unfortunate, IMO. I really wish there was something more that could be done to help you other than to tell you that you have to try to help yourself here or look for another place that fits your style of working better.
Jan de Boer wrote:
Oh do not worry about that. And don't worry about calling me a jerk.
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