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Agile Scrum Warm Up

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Agile product development is radically different for traditional product development. By using the scrum framework we can quick begin to see an results from an applied approach that evolves just …

Agile product development is radically different for traditional product development. By using the scrum framework we can quick begin to see an results from an applied approach that evolves just enough structure to support product development and no more.

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  • Product Development – Collaborative, Creative, Critical, Changeable product
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    • 1. The Aim of Product Development Provide a solution that delights our users… That consists of quality parts… Spend money responsibly… Keep stakeholders happy… Enjoy our work Our Challenge Is To Navigate
    • 2. The Scrum Engine 3 Roles Product Owner ScrumMaster The Team 3 Artifacts Product Backlog Sprint Backlog Burndown 3 Meetings Sprint Planning Daily Standup Sprint Review Our Challenge Is How to Apply!
    • 3. agile = empirical process <ul><li>“Originating in or based on observation or experience” </li></ul><ul><li>Empirical is about observation, so an empirical process is one that is in a perpetual cycle of observation and modification . </li></ul><ul><li>Feedback occurs as we move across all levels of our work, coordination and efforts. </li></ul>Do Something Feedback Inspect &amp; Adapt Plan Evaluate
    • 4. “ Agile Attractors” Let the Product Lead Keep it Visible One Bite at a Time Get to “Done” Pay Attention and Adapt Leverage Social Intelligence

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