Predicting the unpredictable is difficult. But if I had to guess, I would say experiments are very much in.
Why? Because we need to stop building things we do not know if our customers/end-users even want. Gather that data and then decide how to move forward. Pay particular attention to slide 5, you'll see what I mean.
When will scrum die? Some people would say it's already dying. There's so much inauthentic, scrum being done, unprofessional, scrum being done in the world. Whereas scrum is part of what I call water scrum fall, where it's put within a predictive deterministic system. We're predicting when work will be finished.
When actually we’ve got so much work that where we don't know, what we don't know, that's really unauthentic. I see in those situations where the concept of done isn't even a concept there They think that done means we met the acceptance criteria when actually it's almost like the checklist for how we do things around here, the technical standards and the product quality standards, international standards, for example, that we might need to comply with.
What is the difference? By analyzing what should a scrum master be doing and what would a leader do, we can understand that there is not much difference. Why do I think leaders make good scrum masters?