Many points should be considered while you transform any software development process into an Agile process; like team chemistry, team engagement, strong team maturity, communication, trust, top management support, continuous learning, and the list is countless.
so that it helps you identify the loopholes faster and amend the process, thus facilitating Agile practices.
1. Unbalanced Team
The role of a ScrumMaster: He involves himself in removing impediments that the development team might face, coaches the product owner & stakeholders, and keeps the development team away from all distractions. ScrumMasters should not dictate the team or micro-manage them. This may damage the team morale, create a lack of trust & also prevent the team from achieving their goals innovatively.
The role of a Product Owner: This one is an important role. But due to lack of decision-making authority, training, & clarity, they don’t really understand the values and principles of the Agile process. This adversely affects the team.
The role of the Agile Team: Generally there are strong barriers between Dev and QA team members. There are conflicts between defect vs. improvement, defect logging process, providing stories to test at last moment etc.
Secondly, an understanding that everyone’s time is precious, the Dev team must deliver stories to QA team in a predictable manner which should be informed in daily scrum meetings.
Therefore, it is essential that teams should be self-managed & united with a clarity of ultimate goal i.e., successful sprint delivery.
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