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Self-Organized Team
Last Post 23 Jan 2014 12:02 AM by Robert Zuurbier. 5 Replies.
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Shirley Samson
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Shirley Samson

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18 Nov 2013 10:18 PM
    Is increase the feeling of being accountable a benefit of a self-organizing team?
    Ian Mitchell
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    Ian Mitchell

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    19 Nov 2013 01:00 AM
    Let's work through this.

    Suppose you are a member of a team that self-organizes and which is in control of its own process. Who else, other than your team, would then be accountable for the way it works? Do you think it is a good or bad thing if team members feel so accountable?
    Khurram Tahir
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    Khurram Tahir

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    12 Dec 2013 04:59 AM
    in scrum, team is responsible for every thing, not the individuals.
    Ravi Vajaria
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    Ravi Vajaria

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    15 Dec 2013 12:36 PM
    No doubt, it is a benefit that team feels more accountable.
    Fabio Silva
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    Fabio Silva

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    18 Dec 2013 01:37 AM
    I agree, it is a benefit
    Robert Zuurbier
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    Robert Zuurbier

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    23 Jan 2014 12:02 AM
    As a Scrum master, how would you increase the feeling of accountability in the team? What kind of excercise is there or what kind of questions could I raise during the Retrospective to make the team aware that they are in control? Are there any ideas on how to develop the sense of control over own processes?

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