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One thing you might do is get the team members to refine the backlog on their own in advance of sprint planning. They can add sub-tasks and estimate before the meeting. This is obviously not something you would want from a team collaborating on the same bit of work, but in your circumstances it might make sense. Even doing this, I would still encourage the ...


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With a team of four working on several different products you could consider using a Kanban-based approach instead of Scrum. Scrum works best if you have a cross-functional team with a quantity of work for a single product that makes it necessary to plan a co-ordinated sprint a week or two in advance. With your team however, prioritisation is presumably much ...


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Something that I think would be key to understand is: do each member of the scrum team work only on a single product? And if so, why is that? Right now, I don't think you can call yourselves a scrum team, because you are not collaborating beyond sharing meetings and a bucket of tasks. You look more like @Bart van Ingen Schenau's comment: a group of people ...


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