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Scrum meetings

  1. 1. Scrum MeetingsPresented by Juan Banda
  2. 2. Scrum meetingsMeetings try to create this In order to avoid this 2
  3. 3. Estimation Meetings•Preparation forSprint Planning•Formal estimation•Have at least twomeetings perSprint•Estimate only Sizenot Time•Provides input forRelease Planning 3
  4. 4. Sprint Planning - Part 1The team shouldreview and analyzethe: •Product Backlog •Team capabilities Business • conditions Technology • stability Executable • product increment 4
  5. 5. Sprint Planning - Part 2And then analyzeand design the: •Sprint Goal •Selected Product BacklogIn order to get theSprint Backlog 5
  6. 6. Daily Scrum Meeting•Daily 15 minute meeting•Same place and time everyday•Team room - with taskboard•Chickens and pigs•Three questions: What have you • ACHIEVED since last meeting? What will you ACHIEVE • before next meeting? • What is in your way?Impediments and•Decisions 6
  7. 7. Sprint Review•Attended by theScrum Team + allinterestedstakeholdersReview Selected•Product Backlog•Show built (done)functionalityGroom Product•Backlog based onoutcome of Sprint andconversation• Set next Sprint goal 7
  8. 8. EvaluationConsequences•Move back to the backlogunfinished work andreprioritize it•Review the backlog to seeif it’s still current•Decide to make changes inteam configuration andtasks assignation•Changes in teamconfiguration might include(not recommended) addingextra muscle to try to keepon schedule or sped upproduction 8
  9. 9. Sprint Retrospective•Team meets withScrum Master toinspect and adapttheir processTeam devises•solution to one or twomost importantproblems•Changing everythingat the time is notpossible, the true andlasting improvementcomes for small butsustainable changes 9
  10. 10. Thanks for attending

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