If you’ve learned Scrum and tried to implement it in any large organization you’ve likely run into a few issues. Getting dedicated people on your team is hard. Building cross-functional teams is really hard. Breaking your work down into small problems your customers care to have solved is probably the hardest. I’d like to talk a little about what I see as the most common three things Scrum teams get wrong.
If you’re struggling with the above you’ll see the symptoms immediately. As a matter of fact, when I’m first working with new Scrum teams, these are the first things I look for.
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