A team achieved less than 80% during the quantitative measurement of the Inspect and Adapt workshop. What would be an unacceptable action for this team's Scrum Master to take?
Why this is the correct answer
Retraining team members on Agile practices or deciding improvement actions for the team to implement can be acceptable actions for the Scrum Master to take when a team achieves less than 80% during the quantitative measurement of the Inspect and Adapt workshop.
Holding the team self-assessment at any time and not waiting for the Iteration Retrospective can also be an acceptable action, as it allows the team to continuously assess themselves and make improvements in a timely manner.
However, it would be unacceptable for the Scrum Master to simply retrain the team members on Agile practices without identifying the root cause of the problem, or to ignore the issue altogether. Similarly, simply deciding improvement actions without involving the team in the process can lead to resistance and lack of ownership from the team.
Therefore, coordinating with the System Team to coach this team on Continuous Integration and test automation can be a more effective and collaborative approach to address the team's performance issues. This can help the team improve their technical practices and overcome any obstacles they may be facing, ultimately leading to better performance and results.