Domain VI: Problem Detection and Resolution
Agile teams are self-organized. At the beginning of every iteration, they collectively commit to deliver a certain scope within the timebox based on their capacity. However, even with the best of intentions, surprises do crop up in projects. A characteristics of self-organization involves dealing with problems, identifying them proactively, and responding appropriately by taking either preventive or corrective actions. In the two main sections of this chapter we look at two dimensions of problems – first, which are uncertain and called risks. The other one is about the methods that Agile teams use to assure quality of their incremental deliverables.