Org. design and Scrum

Was making presentation at http://agiledayriga.lv/ and after discussions with other speakers completely understood that we are on the right track. Here is my previous post that shares some problems from this theme. Brief description: It’s very easy to become hierarchical and turn into a “bank” when software company is growing fast. Is there a way to avoid that? […]

Part 4: When and Why to Fire a Scrum Master? – Process and Responsibility

Last post was covering Planning and Analysis. Before conclusion I want to cover two key areas from my point of view. It’s about process and level of responsibility. Process In most definitions Scrum Master is the person who helps the team to achieve best results: this can involve removing any impediments to progress, facilitating meetings, […]

Part 3: When and Why to Fire a Scrum Master? – Planning and Analysis

Previous post about Decision making can be found here. Let’s continue comparison. Long term vs Short term planning When you watch teams playing serious tournaments every game is not played like the Finals. In addition world-class teams participate in more than one tournament. Do you think it’s possible to win Bundesliga, domestic Cup and Champions […]