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I am part of a majority remote team; and although not part-time, my last project involved a full team of matrixed employees with part-time availability for this project/team. I hope some of my experience will help as you work through the key questions you have listed. Should we try to setup times for when everyone should work, or should we allow ...


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I would recommend focusing on Agile principles over frameworks (Scrum in this case). GitLab is an entirely remote organisation and don't adopt any specific framework, and instead prioritise Agile principles above any specific framework. If everyone who is working on the project is remote, Strict working hours and meetings/ceremonies will likely inhibit the ...


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I've used Scrum in a number of part-time teams and the truth is, nothing really changes - you just have a lower capacity so you plan less work into your sprints. There are only two things I'd consider differently: 1) You have a quarter of the time so I'd expect the meetings to be a quarter of the time. In a 2 week sprint, instead of a 4 hour planning, I'd ...


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I'm preparing PSM1, and on my way I found the same question (How is management external to the Scrum Team involved in the Daily Scrum?) in a training exam where i had to select the correct ones (as you can see in the attatched image) and, in the end (once submited the my answers), there was an explanation provided by the people behind the exam. The correct ...


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