I have been working as part of this team for the past three years and in this time we have had three different Scrum Master who have all run things differently.
Because of this change in Scrum Masters and their way of running the show, it has left my team numb to the idea of Scrum because the principles haven't been enforced consistently and one of the Scrum Masters was a person who do not believe in agile development and just kept events and artifacts as a novice to comply with company decisions.
Now my team members are annoyed and bored when we do Scrum events and one person in particular is very verbal about this.
Two months ago the company appointed me Scrum Master of my team because of my dedication to working agile and its principles.
I'm suffering greatly under the atmospheric pressure of my team members unwillingness to do Scrum.
As mentioned they are annoyed about the entire process which makes it very difficult for me because they are not engaging in the necessary conversations needed to make Planning, Retrospective, and Daily Scrum effective.
To them, Planning is just a waste of time, because we just move overflow into the new Sprint and don't complete the work anyways, so why bother.
During Retrospective I can just feel that they want to say "Stop doing Scrum". One person does, but the others are silent and I have to deal with this every time.
Daily Scrum is again just a waste of time for them because none of them bothers to talk and plan the day. They just state "I worked on task X yesterday and will work on that again today." And most of the time they just joke around until I get more stern.
I have been very large when it comes to how they spent their time during these events. But I'm dying on the inside because I have a passion for this and they don't care anymore.
Today the person who's always against me told me to stop saying "They said this is what they committed to for this Sprint" because, in his words, "We never complete a Sprint. We just move in tasks and take in new ones in the next Sprint to fill up a quota. We do KanBan in reality. So stop saying that."
I understand why he says this, but he doesn't seem to realize that this is how it is because him and everybody else on the team don't care. They just do work instead of dealing with impediments. They complain about the impediments, but don't do anything about them. And when I try to help they just shrug it off.
They used to give a damn, but over the past two years their willingness has declined to more or less rock bottom.
How can I make them see that joking around and wasting time during these meetings costs the company a lot of money?