How Involved Should Management Be With Agile Teams?


This question comes from the notion that in the Agile framework (especially in Scrum), leaders should be relatively hands-off.

How involved should management be, aside from the obvious of helping unblock obstacles and provide opportunities and free up necessary resources?



The role of the management plays a vital place in the current era of living. The management is highly responsible to ensure and deliver the success to the client by creating an environment that gives encouragement to the team to perform their best in the work. It also includes few aspects which have to be considered by the Management.

1. The management should ensure that the work is taken at once so that the teams can work efficiently and effectively and meet the deliverables.
2. The management should involve the team members and encourage them to develop a culture of experimentation.
3. The management should commit to create a psychologically safe organization.


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