Jun 17, 2022
This week, Dan Neumann is joined
by two Agile colleagues: Erica Menendez and Justin Thatil.
In this episode, they discuss
the features of a high-performing Scrum Team and how this closely
interacts with following and honoring the Scrum Values of openness,
commitment, focus, courage, and respect. Dan, Erica, and Justin
share valuable examples of their own Agile Journeys to define the
main characteristics of a mature Scrum Team.
- A great Scrum Team:
- Follows Scrum values: openness, commitment,
focus, courage, and respect.
- Knows how to focus.
- Identifies the goal to be achieved and works in
a self-organized way in that direction.
- Is about having the psychological safety to be
open about feelings, difficult circumstances, and even
- Social time at the Daily Scrum is up to each
Team to determine.
- The Team must volunteer to take
- Scrum Team members must be able to recognize
each other’s strengths.
- Team Members can help each other with their
- How does a mature Scrum Team behaves when
things don’t go well?
- Courage and respect are needed to face the
- Team members know how to respectfully
- Identify what is going to be improved, changed,
and done differently.
- A Scrum Team must be willing to try something
different, experimenting together.
- A Scrum Team is committed to working together
in all of the different Agile values.
- A Scrum Team is also willing to fail when
trying to solve a problem with an innovative approach.
- Trust lives in a Scrum Team.
Mentioned in this Episode:
Agile Selling: Get Up to Speed
Quickly in Today's Ever-Changing Sales
World, by Jill
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