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Self-organization and collective ownership in Scrum teams | Sami Prentice

Self-organization and collective ownership in Scrum teams | Sami Prentice

Update: 2020-03-19
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Looking into how teams organize themselves is often a good indicator that our work is having an impact. In this episode, we talk about the need to help teams self-organize, and find ways to sustain their own progress and improvement. Finally, we discuss the key ingredient for success in Scrum teams: having collective ownership for the work they need to.

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About Sami Prentice

Sami is a Scrum Master in Denver, Colorado. She used to work in the beer industry before making the switch to Scrum Master and she is passionate about facilitating awesome meetings that don't suck. 

You can link with Sami Prentice on LinkedIn.

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Self-organization and collective ownership in Scrum teams | Sami Prentice

Self-organization and collective ownership in Scrum teams | Sami Prentice