Ben Clark: Part-time Scrum teams end up in full-time disasters 

Sometimes teams get started on the right foot and reach a high level of performance quickly. When that happens, it is critical that the team is able to continue to work together. Otherwise…

In this episode, we explore what happens when a team is split up, and some team members are replaced after reaching a high level of performance. 

Featured Book for the Week: It’s your ship! By D. Michael Abrashoff

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In It’s your ship! By D. Michael Abrashoff, Ben found a story of how empowering the crew of a USA Navy ship helped to turn the ship around and transformed the ship and the crew.

In this episode, we also refer to Doing Twice The Work in Half The Time by Sutherland and Turn the Ship Around by L. David Marquet, who has been a guest on the podcast.

About Ben Clark

Ben’s career has spanned from working assembly at Ford Motor Co, IT consulting, DSL Internet provider using wireless building-to-building antennas, systems administration and engineering, data center floor work, DevOps, cloud engineering, cloud architecture, scrum master, people-leader, and agile coach.

Ben is now an Agile Coach. 

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2 thoughts on “Ben Clark: Part-time Scrum teams end up in full-time disasters ”

  1. Great discussion! Thanks, I copied the podcast to my colleagues. This is a real problem.

    I also wanted to note that some of the reluctance I see to using old PM tools is that they were used to abuse people. Many fear that if they use the tools, the old bad behavior will come back.

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