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Line manager in Scrum team

 
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Hi,

Is there any role of Line/People manager in Scrum team.
Who is responsible for goal setting, performance evaluation, leave approval etc?

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Saurabh Jain
 
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SaurabhRc Jain wrote:Is there any role of Line/People manager in Scrum team.
Who is responsible for goal setting, performance evaluation, leave approval etc?


The scrum team sets goals at every sprint planning meeting. It's called the sprint goal. I don't think that is what you mean though.

As far as the rest, corporate bureaucracy intervenes. So yes, there is a people manager who does that stuff. Matrix management can be used so this people manager is 'separate" from the Scrum parts.
 
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