A team I had been coaching held a sprint review to show what they had achieved and to get feedback from stakeholders. Among these were managers, other teams, enterprise architects, and other interested colleagues.
In the past sprint they had built and realized the automation of part of the Continuous Delivery pipeline. This was quite a big achievement for the team. The organization had been struggling for quite some time to get this working, and the team had realized this in a couple of sprints!
Team - "Anyone has questions or wants to know more?"
Stakeholder - "Thanks for the demo. How does the shown solution deal with 'X'?"
The team replied with a straightforward answer to this relatively simple question.
Stakeholder - "I have more questions related to the presented solution and concerns on corporate level, but this is probably not the good time to go into details."
What just happened and how did the team respond?
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