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The Scrum agile software framework doesn't eliminate the problems in your organization, but rather, makes them large, obvious and impossible to ignore. You can then choose to change ineffective processes and conditions or live with them. Here, Knowledge Center contributor Angela Druckman explains how your company can remove its organizational impediments to realize the full benefits of Scrum. Scrum, they learn that an important benefit these methods offer is the ability to expose organizational impediments
An impediment is a blocker, an obstacle, an issue or a barrier that can block or slow down a team's progress and not help them being productive be within the team, outside the team or within the organization be technical, non-technical keep the scrum master and team busy for a long time if not addressed soon
Large or small, one thing all impediments have in common is that they adversely affect the team's (and, therefore, the organization's) ability to deliver value.
It can get you into an endless loop of impediments that prevents the team from achieving its potential velocity By communicating impediments as they occur on a daily basis at the Scrum, the team puts itself in a position to deal with these issues early, before they have an adverse reaction to the sprint
There is no such thing as a team without impediments -- every team could perform faster. If you as the ScrumMaster aren't aware of impediments you are not doing your job. Inexperienced Scrum teams may not mention impediments by themselves so you must actively search for them. For example: - See more at: https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/articles/2011/september/five-tips-for-impediment-resolution-with-scrum#sthash.64qZzLg1.dpuf
lack of belief in the self-organizing capability of a team
Or, sometimes, developers don't raise issues because they know they can sort them out themselves, so they don't see the need to discuss them in front of their colleagues Leadership/coaching issue
remember to pick your battles. ScrumMasters and their teams often uncover a flood of impediments in the early days of the first pilot projects. Trying to resolve them all at once can be overwhelming. Instead, consider generating some quick wins by removing a few smaller impediments first. Doing so creates a pattern of success, makes management more open to hearing about issues and prepares the organization for dealing with thornier issues in the future.
"I have no impediments." It's the most common sign-off for every team member in the daily Scrum. It's also a lie. We've all been there. Standing in a little circle of people, listening to the carousel of "This is what I did yesterday, this is what I am going to do tomorrow, I have no impediments" from each of the team members. The reality is, most teams will suffer some sort of impediment each and every day. The difficulty lies in getting teams to discuss these issues. For individuals and teams new to Scrum in particular, it takes time to understand the importance of raising impediments and to feel confident enough to raise them in front of peers. - See more at: https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/articles/2012/march/i-have-no-impediments#sthash.ckJsgGad.dpuf