by scrumexpert in Headline 1
Whether you are implementing Agile in a small company or a large company, one team or numerous teams, there are several best practices that boost not only the speed of the implementation and not only its quality but also the most important key factor, the ability to stick for a long time and basically to create the right new DNA. This presentation describes the common mistakes that are usually done when adopting Agile and Scrum and how to avoid them.
The ScrumMaster role is certainly the most original addition of Scrum to the concept of software development teams. How and how much the ScrumMaster should be involved with the teams is a topic for debates in the Agile community. Isn’t the Scrum team supposed to be self-organized in the first place? In this article, Zuzi Šochová, author of The Great ScrumMaster, shares her opinion on some of the common mistakes made by ScrumMasters.
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