A form of self-management that confers decision power on fluid teams, or “circles,” and roles rather than individuals. To be effective on the job, people must have a stable working environment, access to critical resources, and clear goals and responsibilities. But they must also have leeway to adapt to changing conditions and make the right decisions in the moment—and managerial hierarchies often don’t provide that flexibility and discretion.
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It is difficult to manually test within a sprint and not fall into agile anti-patterns (mini-waterfall, scrummerfall, wagile). There are, however, a couple of ways to try to not inundate your testers at the end of a sprint.