Chapter 9. Continuous improvement

One thing that I hope I have made clear is that high-performance Scrum Development Teams know they can always do better. They can build a better product. They can increase its quality. They can build it faster. They can build with less waste. They can learn new techniques that will help them improve personally and as a team. I use the term continuous improvement to categorize all of this.

Knowing where to start is a big part of improving. There are tactical improvements, which help the team successfully deliver the Increment during the Sprint while not generating waste. Mastering some of the common challenges that Scrum Teams run into will help in this regard. There are also strategic improvements, such as learning ...

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