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Hey Product Owners! It’s Time to Stop Feeding Teams With Tasks!

Developers don’t need tasks to fulfill; they need goals to pursue

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For years, I’ve thought about why some Scrum Teams become high-performing units while others don’t go beyond mediocrity. Until now, I haven’t found a single aspect that leads to high performance, but I identified one that kills the chance of it…




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