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Clean Agile: Communities of Practice

 
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Welcome to the Ranch!

While Agile practices result in cross functional teams of scrum masters, developers, qa etc. being created, do you think it is necessary to setup communities of practice for each of these disciplines? If so, what's the best way to setup communities of practices for each of these disciplines and what specific guidelines would you suggest for these communities of practices?

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