Scrum is very simple to understand, but an effective implementation may take anywhere from 6 months to years depending several factors. Here are the three most common challenges new Scrum teams face and possible ways to fix them.
Gone are the days when requirements were frozen at the start of a project and were not expected to change. Responding to change in a smart and effective manner is a common expectations from development teams.
Should we accept changes within a sprint? If we do, won’t it disrupt our sprint plan that is in progress? And, if we don’t, would we be less of an ‘agile’ team? Let’s explore how a mature Scrum team would respond to changing requirements.