Visit a team, and discuss the list fairly quickly.The purpose is to enable a conversation that leads to a more successful use of the lean-agile-scrum ideas. The purpose is of course to decide where to improve next. What are [they] doing? What are [they] not doing? Any ideas [they] do not understand? Which areas do [they] need the most help?
Define Agile-Scrum at your companyThe list is a start at defining what you mean by agile at your company. Perhaps you have a rule that says "If you are going to be 'agile,' you are expected to be doing the things on the list. If you need to make an exception, please speak to Dr. Freud." The notions behind this rule are several.
- Often 'agile' has no definition, and this often leads to unprofessional agile.
- Things can be crazy 'out there.' (Hence a smiling reference to Dr Freud.)
- There is a need for each team to be different, so some allowance needs to be made for that, even at the 'framework' level.
- Often teams are junior or do not understand agile fully. Or have mistaken ideas about agile. Once they talk to an expert, they see the 'errors of their prior thinking' and decide to do agile more professionally.