Traditional development processes often resemble a relay race. A team of specialists completes tasks and hands them off to the next team. Scrum looks more like rugby: The term itself refers to the “scrimmage” once the ball is tossed. In this standard situation, the entire team moves shoulder-to-shoulder in one direction. Put in terms of an organization, it means cross-functional teams work together and self-organized in short time intervals on product segments in order to shorten the time-to-market.
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