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Module 3, Lesson 6:

Handling Firefighting During a Sprint

The Scrum ideal calls for a team to be uninterrupted for the duration of the sprint. That means the product owner must refrain from introducing changes and the Scrum Master must protect the team from distractions and interruptions.

Despite these goals many teams are not in a position to completely say no to interruptions. Many teams spend some time each sprint involved in various forms of firefighting.

This video provides  guidance for using Scrum in situations where this Scrum ideal is not attainable.

It’s important to realise there is no fundamental incompatibility between Scrum and firefighting situations.

This lesson shows you why.

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About The Scrum Repair Guide

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