Introduction to Scrum
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Introduction to Scrum. Scrum to build a product.

Introduction to Scrum. Scrum to build a product.

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  • 1. TO BUILD A PRODUCT SCRUM
  • 2. SCRUM
  • 3. INSPECT ADAPT &
  • 4. ITERATION SPRINT
  • 5. in Scrum THE TEAM SCRUM MASTER PRODUCT OWNER ROLES
  • 6. ProductOwner PRODUCT BACKLOG Business Values Business Values Max ROIInvestorProxy
  • 7. ScrumMaster FACILITATE PRODUCT TEAM
  • 8. The Team DELIVER PRODUCT
  • 9. in Scrum 3 ARTEFACTS
  • 10. PRODUCT BACKLOG Sexy product backlog Requirements
  • 11. SPRINT BACKLOG
  • 12. VISIBLE PROGRESS INDICATORS
  • 13. in Scrum PRODUCT BACKLOGPRODUCT OWNER NOTE: SPRINT PROGRESS FOR TEAM THE TEAM ARTEFACTS SPRINT BACKLOG INDICATOR OF PROGRESS * NING TOPIC 1
  • 14. 6 ACTIVITIES in Scrum
  • 15. PRODUCT BACKLOG REFINEMENT GETTING READY
  • 16. WHAT WORK WILL BE DONE? AND WHY? SPRINT PLANNING PART I
  • 17. HOW WILL THE WORK BE ACCOMPLISHED? SPRINT PLANING PART II
  • 18. DAILY SCRUM UPDATE YOUR STATUS & PROGRESS INDICATORS
  • 19. SPRINT REVIEW
  • 20. RETROSPECTIVE
  • 21. RETROSPECTIVE SPRINT REVIEW PRODUCT BACKLOG REFINEMENT DAILY SCRUM SPRINT PLANNING TOPIC 2 SPRINT PLANNING TOPIC 1
  • 22. DELIVERY Definition of Done Undone Work Release Sprint Potentially Shippable Product Increment Picture from www.uqul.uq.edu.au