Scrum – Challenges with self-organizing teams

December 26, 2011 at 10:02 am | Posted in Blogroll, Scrum and agile | Leave a comment

Recently I presented a webinar on “Managing Self-organizing Scrum Teams”. I would like to share a few highlights.

Self-organizing teams are empowered, rather than being directed and controlled from top. They are encouraged to participate actively & collectively in all the Scrum practices. Naturally this leads to enhanced expectations of freedom, especially amongst those who come from non-Scrum backgrounds and enjoy the new found freedom. However, this creates a challenge for the leaders at all levels to balance this freedom with reliable & predictable outcomes.

The webinar explored in detail these challenges as they are faced at the time of assembling a new Scrum team as well as thereafter to sustain the self-organization. For full details of the challenges and possible solutions, you may like to visit http://www.impetus.com/archived_webinar?eventid=52

The presentation was followed by a lively Question & Answer session. These can be found at http://www.leadformix.com/ef1/files/812/Q&A_Managing_Self-organizing_Scrum_Teams.pdf

 

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