When beginning with Scrum, it is helpful to create clarity. How are we going to work as a team? Who is responsible for what? When are the Scrum Events? Clarity in roles and tasks is important for teams that are in the very early stages of formation (forming & storming). Because the team does not yet offer a perfectly safe environment, members need to know what is expected of them. This is why I often help teams to formulate a Team Contract during their Kickstart. Using a couple of prepared sheets, I ask the team to (with my help) agree on a set of working arrangements:
During the exercise I generally move to the back of the room and let the team fill in the sheets together. This is an excellent way to observe team dynamics, and get a sense of the phase a team is in. An example of a Team Contract is shown below. The sheets (I usually have two) are put on a visible spot where the team is working
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