First step: our agreements.
1 - This is my very first article written in English, so it may look like a toddler's essay.
2 - This is not about silent, nor shy, people doing Scrum. It's about Scrum being silently adopted by an organization. No shouting, no yelling, no "Let's do Scrum!". Just doing scrum, practice first.
Second step: some context.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far away, I've just been hired as an Agile Master on a software development team. The team had some experience with Kanban and developers suffered from what I call Aversion of Scrum.
— Scrum is plastered! It's too much prescriptive. To adopte Scrum, we must change so many things. — They used to say.
— Okay, let´s go along with Kanban.