How does one deal with a (the) manager that insist your team sits in a specific spot (open landscape battery cages), and throws a tantrum when the entire team books a project room (regularly, like every obligatory office day) to work together unhindered, but plays out that tantrum towards the scrummaster and expects her to convince the team to return to the cages?
For context, my scrummaster is also a close friend and I was the one booking the project room. She now feels she's between hammer and anvil. Manager has not said anything to me in person.. officially I don't even know he threw a tantrum.
Any advice/boosts welcome \m/
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