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To my knowledge there are "only" processes/guidelines for release management and about Knowledge Management from which you could derive SMQS. This academic paper will give you some background to what impacts ITIL has/had - Research paper There are lot of books around, perhaps some point you in the direction you search for


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Looking at this interesting topic - team metrics I would give you some thoughts from a professional and academic perspective (and its basicly irrelevant which of the dozens of maturity models you apply): Our society esp. business tends to bring everything into figures and scales - this helps to deal with uncertanty and gives the imagination we can control ...


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I'll answer from a general perspective of maturity models, not from a scrum perspective. I don't know that your premise of your question is accurate, in that a low maturity can be humiliating to the team. If they feel humiliated, then it seems like a learning opportunity for your team. They need to understand team dynamics and that the maturity rating ...


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I initially didn't want to answer this question since the comments do a proper job of capturing the gist of it (i.e. discuss it with your SM/colleagues), but since I don't like neither of the currently existing answers, I'm just going to throw a wrench into the works here. One of the answers basically says "How does the Scrum Master dare to do this", while ...


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"Unfortunately, Barnaby, I don't think that's Corporate Reality." The Scrum Master, whether or not you choose to call him/her that, is a Manager. Obviously, the motivations for making such a decision deserve to be questioned with him-or-her, since they fundamentally affect the daily operations of the team ... ... but to say that it is actually(!) "up to ...


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The new Scrum master suddenly decided to copy the whole backlog to AzureDevops and ask the devs to track their progress for those sub-tasks in AzureDevops and Jira will be used to track and keep only the User Story but not the subtasks. The Scrum Master has no right to make this decision. There is nothing in the Scrum Guide or in any other definition of ...


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Take a look at ISO 25010 "Systems and software engineering — Systems and software Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE) — System and software quality models"


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