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If you've read your Scrum literature you'll definitely heard of pigs and chickens. Ade Miller however has identified a few behaviors that you might see in your team that are bad or really bad. And just for the fun of it he came up with a number of animals to represent the different behaviors. The "new" animals in the Scrum farm are:

  • Cows - contribute to the team but are hard to rely on since they have their own agenda.
  • Seagulls - act like part of the team but they never contribute, just get in the way.
  • Foxes - steal resources, including pigs.
  • Rubber ducks - feel out of place and don't want to be part of the whole Scrum thingy.
  • If you liked the more or less humorus Scrum Bestiary then you might like the Consultant Bestiary . Personally

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