Often, developers want to work on their stories until the last day of the sprint. However, that leads to many problems which we explore in this episode. We learn the story of a team that was clearly divided in skill silos, which led to a lot of chaos at the end of the sprint. When faced with this tricky situation, Pratik started to help the team understand the anti-pattern they were in, and using tools like cause-and-effect diagrams (aka Ishikawa Diagrams), he helped the team understand and get out of this anti-pattern.
In Slight Edge by Jeff Olson, Pratik learned an approach that helps him make daily choices and be consistent in applying what he’s learned in his career. This approach has helped him accept that we must do things over and over again, if we aim to succeed in being a great Scrum Master and other areas of life.
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About Pratik Dahule
Pratik is an Agile Project Manager and Agile enthusiast working in the USA. He leads teams and creates a culture of lifelong learning, constant collaboration and continuous improvement. Pratik has 12 years of experience and is passionate about helping teams in their agile transformation. Outside of work, he has a blogging site ClassactLifestyle.com where he shares insights on books and exotic places to travel.
You can link with Pratik Dahule on LinkedIn.