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      More than Code: Contributions in Scrum Software Engineering Teams

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          Motivated and competent team members are a vital part of Agile Software development and make or break any project's success. Motivation is fostered by continuous progress and recognition of efforts. These concepts are founding pillars of the Scrum methodology, which focuses on self-organizing teams. The types of contributions Scrum development team members make to a project's progress are not only technical. However, a comprehensive model comprising the varied contributions in modern software engineering teams is not yet established. We propose a model that incorporates contributions of all Scrum roles, explicitly including those which are not directly related to project artifacts. It improves the visibility of performed tasks, acts as a starting point for team retrospection, and serves as a foundation for discussion in the research community.

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          16 July 2020
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          10.1145/3387940.3392241
          2007.08237

          http://arxiv.org/licenses/nonexclusive-distrib/1.0/

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          Published in IEEE/ACM 42nd International Conference on Software Engineering Workshops, ACM Press, 2020
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          Software engineering

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