Creating and sustaining a valuable product calls for many different people with different skills. This is especially the case if you consider the complete product experience. Traditional Scrum Teams have the typical skills to build and deploy software or any other physical or virtual product.

But a product is more. It also has aspects like UX, support, and policies. As a result, the complete product experience relies on many people with all kinds of skills.

The standard stable cross-functional Scrum Teams are great with a limited number of required skills. But if you need to make use of many different people with their unique skills, it is less optimal.

Willem-Jan Ageling will discuss how Fluid Scrum Teams are a way to solve this need to collaborate with a larger group.