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Scrum Team Success and Dynamics in the Team by fmr PayPal Sr PM

Main Takeaways:

-What is Scrum and Scrum Team
-Agile vs Waterfall approach and pros and cons
-Dynamics in team and success factors

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Scrum Team Success and Dynamics in the Team by fmr PayPal Sr PM

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  6. 6. Scrum Basics
  7. 7. What is Scrum? Scrum is framework of breaking down complex problems into smaller and simpler goals and executing to achieve the goal in a “said” timebox. Its empirical, timeboxed, iterative. Work with small team size, 3 to 9 team members. 5 SCRUM values: 1. Courage 2. Focus 3. Commitment 4. Respect 5. Openness
  8. 8. What is Scrum? Product Backlog Sprint Product Increme nt
  9. 9. Scrum Roles Scrum Team Attributes: • Self Organising • Cross functional • Accountability as a Team • Ideal size between 3 to 9 Scrum Master Attributes: • Humble • Respectful • Empathetic • Persuasive • Connected Scrum PO Attributes: • Empowered • Business Savvy • Knowledgeable • Available 3 different roles in SCRUM: Scrum Team, Scrum Master and Scrum Product Owner (PO).
  10. 10. Scrum Events & Artifacts Plannin g Revie w THE SPRINT Daily Stand up Retro- spectiv e Scrum Atrifacts Product Backlog Sprint Backlog Product Increment
  11. 11. What actually happens?
  12. 12. What is team dynamics? How team interact with one another? How many people are there in team? How each team mate play his/her role in the team? How bonded the team is? Does the team follow SCRUM ? “Behavioral relationships between members of the team. How they interact with one another when things are good and when things go awry.”
  13. 13. Use Case 1: Team is not cross functional When team is not cross functional then there is ◦ Dependency on outside teams, Impact on the timeline, Sprints ◦ Motivational issues as the outside team mate may not be as motivated as the team is ◦ They are working on a schedule much different from your team ◦ May not participate in Scrum activities and give and receive honest feedback
  14. 14. Use Case 2: Roles Mixup PO is the Scrum master. PO are focused on “WHY” of the product, bringing more and more value to business, take up more and more backlogs items. SM are focused “HOW” to build the product, on team work, ensuring team consistency and achieve a sustainable pace. When both are played by one person, there is interleaving of scope and process which tends towards locking scope, schedule and quality.
  15. 15. Use case 3: Scrum not being followed No Demo at end of every sprint, No Retrospectives done, Daily Standup not done Sprint backlog not maintained Team accept changes in middle of sprint, frequently Product Backlog does not have clarity and PO is often required to clarify
  16. 16. Use case 4: Taking in criticism Retrospective meeting is more like RCA finding meeting Team mates avoid Retrospective meeting Team mates defensive at the mention of Retrospective meeting
  17. 17. Factors affecting team dynamics Non ideal team size Floating team members Team inadequately staffed Accepting critiques Roles mix up Scrum being partly followed
  18. 18. Achieving Success
  19. 19. Achieving Success Team engagement activities Steady team Bonding to accept criticism Ownership of success and failures Accountability with team Focus on building a Cross functional team Role segregation in Scrum team Importance to Scrum Ceremonies
  20. 20. Achieving success • Tying team success to the appraisals rather could be in addition to the individual rating • Focus on building cross functional teams • Ensuring that team stays constant for a longer period of time • Ensuring no roles mix up Management Responsibilities • Bonding, teambuilding • Following Scrum practices diligently • Accountable for work undertaken Team responsibilities
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