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Agile Adoption Patterns: A Roadmap to Organizational Success by Amr Elssamadisy

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Chapter 19. Self-Organizing Team

The practice of running a Self-Organizing Team yields a team that is in charge of its own fate. Management gives the team goals to achieve, and the team members are responsible for driving toward those goals and achieving them. Self-organizing team members recognize and respond to changes in their environment and in their knowledge as they learn. A self-organizing team is frequently a cross-functional team as well. Figure 19-1 shows the relationship of the Self-Organizing Team practice to the Retrospective practice.

A Self-Organizing Team is most effective when a retrospective is used to give the team feedback on its progress.

Figure 19-1. A Self-Organizing Team is most effective when a retrospective is used to give the team ...

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