RE: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Scrum models - Type A, Type B, Type C
We did just that – blockages were on the big whiteboard at the front of the room and were mentioned every Scrum stand-up until they were sorted. It didn’t mean everything was fixed the next day, but I’m sure they were resolved faster than if they had been hidden in the Scrum Master’s workbook.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org , "Jeff Sutherland"
> (As an aside, I noticed that new Scrum Masters do not track and
> eliminate blocks as aggressively as they track the backlog. The team
> needs to hold the Scrum Master responsible for eliminating blocks,
> particularly those outside the team. They should track them like
> backlog and have the Scrum Master report status on them at every
Guilty! And you know, I think if we had, it would have made the "use"
of the Scrum meetings more apparent to team members. We should have
whiteboarded all blockages and crossed them off visibly as resolved.
Might have addressed the problem of blockages that slide along for too
many days, too.
I resolve to do this next time!
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