If you’re a Microsoft partner, is it a good idea to include your customer’s developers in your Scrum team? Will it increase your velocity or drag it down? What if your customer insists on a joint development team?
00:00 Can a Microsoft partner’s scrum team work with customer’s developers?
00:45 Story of a partner that refused to work with her customers developers
03:04 Why did this partner refuse to work with her customer’s developers
04:38 Waterfall statements of work
06:41 Agile statements of work
09:31 Do you adjust the joint team’s predicted velocity?
12:28 Why I love joint teams that include my customer’s developers
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