What is an Agility Health Radar Assessment?
An Agility Health Radar – or Agility Health Team Radar, is a tool that allows you to measure and visualise the health and morale of your team. This lets the team take control of their own development and helps them be engaged, motivated, and accountable for the work that they do. As a servant-leader, Scrum Masters can use this process to help coach, inform and build teams by facilitating conversations that impact the values, behaviours and attitudes of team members. One useful aspect is to look at the development practices of an agile team.
Agility Development Practices Health Check
This health check specifically focuses on the various aspects of agile development practices that your team uses from sprint to sprint. There are quite a number of practices that then cover the areas from understanding requirements and risk, then design and coding processes and finally testing and deployment.
Running a health check that assesses development practices can help the team address common agile software development pitfalls. This can include a lack of overall product design, lack of sponsorship support or organisation support, sub-optimal planning or task assignment, or even allowing technical debt to build up and developer burnout.