Teams Today and In the Past

Modern day development teams can learn a lot from our history.  For instance, the Three (or Four) Musketeers:  One for all and all for one!

​This brings the scrum model of a unified team into principle that everyone is here together and the team in indivisible, i.e. together in one unit.  Teams should practice “gemba” or swarming when a project runs into an impediment and the project manager (or scrum master, if involved) should be right there assisting the team however is needed.

Published by Agile Mike

“Agile Mike” has over 25 years of experience with software development and product leadership. He is published under the “Built for Success” column in CIO.com magazine and held the position of Vice President in the Agile Leadership Network. Michael has taught multiple SAFe courses for over the past three years to over 400 people and is currently an Enterprise Agile Coach at Lean Agile Enterprises and a certified SAFe SPC5, AWS Cloud Architect, Scrum CSP, and PMP.

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