We are taught that the optimal team size for a Scrum team is 7 plus or minus 2. We hear about it in our Certified ScrumMaster Training and from others. It is something that I often took for granted. After all, that was the Scrum rule! My own experiences have backed it up seeing the dynamic of groups larger than 7+-2 changing quickly, especially evident in the Daily Scrum. But, other than my experiences, why? It isn’t just because Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland said so .. read more
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- RT @MandySchoeman: Guiding Change: “Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” ~ George Bernard Shaw. #scrum #agile 5 months ago
- RT @tobiasmayer: What Exactly is Agile? Is Kanban Agile? Accroding to @MichaelSahota, the answer is no. Read more: #Forbes twitter.com/nsm ... 8 months ago
- RT @testobsessed: "Self organization isn't for teams. It's for humans. It just happens most teams have people on them." @jamesshore #agi ... 9 months ago
- RT @martinfowler: "Cancel all the bug triage meetings; spend the time instead preventing and fixing defects." @testobsessed http://t.co ... 9 months ago
Mike has been in software development since 1981, managing projects since 1988. He became interested in Scrum in 2002 after first hearing about it. Mike became a Certified ScrumMaster in 2004, and Certified Scrum Practioner from 2007-2009, and Certified Scrum Professional in 2010.