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Scrum Alliance Leadership – Acceptance Tests

05.30.2013
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This post identifies acceptance tests for successful thought leadership within the Scrum Alliance. See also: Models for Success and Concrete Actions (& Participants)

Process: Everyone built a model for an acceptance test and each group voted to select the two most valuable acceptance tests. So there are four acceptance tests in total.

Acceptance Test #1 – One Leader, one Message & people following

Acceptance Test #2 – Tuned in to community and able to influence it

Acceptance Test #3 – Build bridges between communities

Acceptance Test #4 – Start with one concrete thing supported by multiple communities

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