When we talk about Scrum-teams and their interdisciplinary performance, it seems like many of us, have this team of experts in mind, which are theoretically able to do every job. These team members sound a lot like Nessi or the yeti - they may very well exist - it's just that we have never seen them.
Currently we are working in a test automation project that struggles with multiple steep learning curves.
Given our peculiar context we've experimented applying theories of learning and putting it in practice resulting in an honest and valuable experience report.
We'd like to share some insights on how to train people within a project. Therefore we include learning and especially learning goals into the backlog and apply the SCRUM methods to them.
Target Audience: Team members in Scrum teams, Tester, PO, ScrumMaster, Management
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about scrum teams and processes