While you are waiting, I have something to say about Zombies. I saw a tweet today about Scrum;
Consider this, by normalizing the social DNA of your team you are creating Zombies. As we all know, zombies are bad. Zombies are scary. Zombies eat your brains!#Scrum normalizes a team's social DNA: builds better accountability, collab, & trust norms w/in team ^ @SocialAgilist pic.twitter.com/3EBOE6kHNO— AgileFortune (@AgileFortune) September 5, 2017
I'm not dissing Scrum per se, but what I am saying is that normalization for the sake of normalization is bad. Normalization should be in the eye of the beholder; a team should find a norm that works for them and use that to their advantage. Please don't get hooked on someone else's normal.
Every team should develop practices and procedures that work for _them_ and _not_ use any practices or procedures that _don't_ work for them.
Don't be a Scrum Zombie!