Is self-assignment a purely self-directed practice or is a mix of self-directed with assistance from others?Assistance here could be from other team members or Product Owner/Manager/Team Lead/Client/Customer?
The team decides, as a team, how they will manage the work. I like it when the team works together on stories, pairing, swarming, or mobbing. Why not work together? Working together moves stories across the board faster.
If the team members really want to work along, the person who is ready to take more work does this:
Walk up to the board.
Look at what's on the top of the ready column.
Take that card and move it to in progress (or whatever the first column is) and starts to work on it.
Why would anyone else need to "assist" someone in taking work?
Look at that article published by wed and mobile development company
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The best decision is to work with a team together. In the end, it's a common project and everyone is responsible for it. And it's always better when all the team members are involved in the planning process. Here's a link to a blog post about the most popular development methodologies, their pros and cons.
I use this to improve the supply chain risk management https://innovecs.com/blog/supply-chain-risk-management/. The essence of the concept of agile supply chains is to increase the level of service by increasing the speed of reaction to customer orders and flexibility regarding the product program by introducing a certain redundancy (high inventory levels, building new distribution centers near customers, etc.) in the chain supplies to account for uncertainty.