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True Agile - Principle - Self Organized Teams

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by , 03-23-2015 at 11:15 AM (271 Views)
True Agile - Principle - Self Organized Teams

The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams.
This principle emphasize on ownership and engagement of the teams.

A small team with high ownership over a product and minimal structure will out perform the same team with well defined process and poor ownership.

The requirement of the team is that they work together and self-organize all aspects of the systems to be delivered. This team is permitted to make errors and invent their solutions, provided that they deliver and evaluate frequently (and also do retrospective analysis) and learn from their successes and mistakes.

The best solution will emerge from your own which is committed to deliver. Trust them to come-up with the best results.

Though this principle does not go well with the traditional approach of software development, it is something which is very important part of the Agile methodology.

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Ronak Shah
Practice Head (QA / Software Testing)
CIGNEX Datamatics
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