Definition of Scrum Team
A Scrum Team (commonly called the “Team”) is a small, co-located, self-organized, self-contained, value-driven, group of full-time Team Members who are organized around a Mission. Their job is to produce High-Quality Results at a Sustainable Pace.
A Scrum Team’s work is managed with a Product Backlog (Backlog), which is a collection of Product Backlog Items (Items).
In order to be successful, the Team’s Product Owner must be accountable for the Scrum Team’s product, and should be a member of the Scrum Team.
Eliminate the future planned-out work that causes problems for some Scrum Teams by planning just in time; only agreeing to do new Stories when the Team becomes available to work on them by finishing old Stories.
Is Your Scrum Team Really Cross-Functional and Self-Organized?
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"Scrum Team" ScrumDictionary.com. Accessed Jun 09, 2023. https://scrumdictionary.com/term/scrum-team/.