We have all heard about how important self-organization / self-management is to the effectiveness of Scrum Teams. * But what is self-management?
* What factors can enable of hinder it?
* What can we do if some of our teams are not self-managing?
* How can we apply empiricism to create transparency into the current state of self-management and then inspect and adapt the environment to create the desired result?
This presentation helps us explore the 4 building blocks that create self-management. For each building block, we explore 5 enabling factors . We will also explore a way to gather evidence that creates transparency into the current state of self-management in the team so we can inspect and adapt to minimize undesirable variances. Finally, we co-relate these building blocks with Scrum and discuss how the Scrum Framework and Agile Practices can be used to build strong, self-managing teams.