Quantum Entanglement / Stable Teams - Recommended Scrum Patterns - Scrum@Scale

The Sketchy Guide To Scrum at Scale - Page 71

Quantum Entanglement / Stable Teams - Recommended Scrum Patterns - Scrum@Scale The Quantum Entanglement suggests that distributed Scrum teams are unable to work at the same level of productivity as a collocated Scrum team. Indeed it is suggested that the distributed Scrum team produces lower quality work and have reduced morale amongst Scrum team members and that even if a distributed Scrum team starts off well, it will see degradation over time. The Scrum pattern therefore suggests that social, cultural and technical connections should be established between the locations of the Scrum team at the time the Scrum team is formed, and that measures of normal accomplishment should be established and monitored. If degradation is detected, there should be an effort re-establish the connections of the Scrum team.



Reference: Jeff Sutherland, James Coplien, The Scrum Patterns Group (2019) A Scrum Book: The Spirit of the Game. Pragmatic Bookshelf.





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