Die Agile Team Reise
What is an agile team?
Unlike a Scrum team, an agile team has no fixed definition. But if agility is defined as the ability to take uncertainty out of product development or any other initiative in short and regular cycles, then an agile team is a team that can do exactly that.
Whether they are using Scrum, Think Tank or Scrum, an agile team has no fixed definition.
Whether they use Scrum, Kanban, Design Thinking, or even a completely self-developed approach is secondary at this point. As long as a team is able to perceive uncertainty - e.g., characterized by many assumptions regarding the needs of customers - and proceed accordingly empirically, this team can be called an "Agile Team."
Many of these teams show certain patterns e.g. are cross-functional and usually also self-organized or self-managed. We explain why these two characteristics can be elementary further down this page.