Many organizations have tolerated inefficiencies and impediments for years. They recognize the need to become more agile; to respond to the needs of their customers and be competitive in the marketplace. They embark on adopting Scrum but struggle with successful implementation, often falling back on old habits when the going gets tough. Scrum quickly identifies these inefficiencies and impediments and requires their resolution. So, don’t shoot the messenger and try to change Scrum. This session will discuss a top ten list of common dysfunctions and help you deal with them effectively.