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On May 22, in the format of Tech Hangout internal meetings, Innovecs’ Engineering Managers Katerina Haskova and Dmitry Velykoivanenko talked about “SCRUM: Silver bullet exist…”. ...

On May 22, in the format of Tech Hangout internal meetings, Innovecs’ Engineering Managers Katerina Haskova and Dmitry Velykoivanenko talked about “SCRUM: Silver bullet exist…”.

*TECH HANGOUT COMMUNITY was found in 2012 by the developers for the developers for knowledge and experience sharing. Such meetings are the part of Innovecs Educational Project that actively develops sphere of internal trainings and knowledge exchange program among professionals. This Initiative was born within the walls of Innovecs and has proved to be extremely popular and high-demand. In a short period of time it gained its own Facebook group with more than 100 members, blog with more than 40 posts and constant quarterly external meeting of Tech hangout community with more than 80 participants. The concept of the event proposes a 30-minute report on the topic previously defined, and the discussion in a roundtable session format.

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SCRUM: Silver bullet exist - Tech Hangout #38 - 2014.05.22 SCRUM: Silver bullet exist - Tech Hangout #38 - 2014.05.22 Presentation Transcript

  • SCRUM: Silver bullet exist… Katerina Haskova, Dmitry Velykoivanenko Engineering Managers 22/05/2014
  • SCRUM: Silver bullet exist… Katerina Haskova, Dmitry Velykoivanenko Engineering Managers 22/05/2014
  • Today’s agenda • What is “Backlog”? • What is “Grooming”? • What is “Retrospective”? • What is “DoD”? • What is “Silver Bullet”? 3© Copyright Innovecs 2012
  • Backlog What is “Backlog”? 4© Copyright Innovecs 2012
  • Definition of Backlog The requirements for a system, expressed as a prioritized list of product backlog Items. These included both functional and non-functional customer requirements, as well as technical team-generated requirements. 5© Copyright Innovecs 2012
  • Backlog Grooming What is “Backlog Grooming”? 6© Copyright Innovecs 2012
  • Grooming ? 7© Copyright Innovecs 2012
  • Definition of Backlog Grooming 8© Copyright Innovecs 2012 The term reflects an organic approach to maintaining the backlog: the intended imagery is that of trimming, pruning, cleaning, as with a plant.
  • Profit of Backlog Grooming 9© Copyright Innovecs 2012 • Well known scope of work at least for 2 sprints • Well known priorities in the upcoming sprints • Well known Risks • Well known questions to PO
  • How to Deal with Backlog Grooming 10© Copyright Innovecs 2012 • Try to never schedule backlog grooming during the beginning or end of the sprint • PO should present enough work to last about 2 sprints *beyond* the current sprint • PO should well understood Backlog Items and have initial set of acceptance tests before meeting • Everyone should understand that estimation not final • Everyone should understand that PBI not final • Assign action items on any big risk or unknown • Remember that PBI are collaboration between PO and the team • Team should review PBI’s 24 hours before the grooming session • Be sure to retrospect, inspect and adopt
  • Retrospective 11© Copyright Innovecs 2012 What is “Retrospective”?
  • Definition of Retrospective 12© Copyright Innovecs 2012 Kelley Louie (Certified Scrum Practitioner) writes: "The sprint retrospective meeting is an integral part of the inspect and adapt process. Otherwise, the team will never be able to improve their overall output and not focus on the overall team performance. The ScrumMaster must pay attention to this meeting and work towards resolving the impediments that may be slowing down the team."
  • Retrospective Technics 13© Copyright Innovecs 2012 • The Wheel (also known as the Starfish) • The Sail Boat • Mad Sad Glad
  • Definition of Done What is “Done”? 14© Copyright Innovecs 2012
  • Definition of Definition of Done A clear and concise list of requirements that a software Increment must adhere to for the team to call it complete. 15© Copyright Innovecs 2012
  • Definition of Done The Definition of Done is not changed during a Sprint, but should change periodically between Sprints. 16© Copyright Innovecs 2012
  • What to do? • Review the steps need for a product increment to become done • Define DoD for Tasks, Sprints, and Releases • Change DoD as the project evolves 17© Copyright Innovecs 2012
  • Benefits of defining Done • Baseline progress on work items; • Enable transparency; • Expose work items that need attention; • Determine when an Increment is ready for release. 18© Copyright Innovecs 2012
  • Silver Bullet time!
  • Thank you! Katerina Haskova Dmitry Velykoivanenko Engineering Managers d.velykoivanenko@innovecs.com