Agile Team Charter Reflection
In a 2019 study, the Journal of Business Economics and Management stated that “the agile charter” is a document that outlines the goals, scope and objectives of an initiative, and the roles and responsibilities of each member of the team (Babkin et. al., 2019). The Agile Manifesto for Software Development (https://www.agilealliance.org/agile101/the-agile-manifesto/) outlines the guiding principles for agile methodologies, including the importance of individuals and interactions, working solutions, and responding to change. Using the CS 250 Agile Team Charter Template (https://www.projectmanagementdocs.com/template/agile-templates/agile-team-charter/), the Scrum Master can create a cohesive agile team charter for the SNHU Travel project by incorporating these principles and describing the project’s purpose, scope, and objectives, as well as the roles and responsibilities of team members. To align team members on progress, and to identify obstacles, the Daily Scrum Meeting is an important aspect of Scrum (Shah et al. 2021). The Scrum Master plays a crucial role in facilitating the Daily Scrum, as demonstrated in the sample video (https://scrumtrainingseries.com/DailyScrumMeeting/index.html). The Scrum Master may use key questions like “What did I do yesterday?” during the Daily Scrum.The Scrum Master can ask key questions such as “What did you do yesterday?” and “What are your plans for today?””,” and “What obstacles are in your path?” in order to keep the team focused on their goal and help them achieve it (Shah, al., 2002).