I've highlighted the parts of scrum that the business is affected by. These elements, I will explain in more detail and put in context.RolesTeam MemberIn Scrum parlance, a team member is defined as anyone working on sprint tasks toward the sprint goal.ScrumMaster RoleThe ScrumMaster is a facilitator for the team and product owner. Rather than manage the team, the ScrumMaster works to assist both the team and product owner in the following ways:Remove the barriers between the development and the product owner so that the product owner directly drives development. Teach the product owner how to maximize return on investment (ROI), and meet his/her objectives through Scrum. Improve the lives of the development team by facilitating creativity and empowerment. Improve the productivity of the development team in any way possible. Improve the engineering practices and tools so that each increment of functionality is potentially shippable. Keep information about the team's progress up to date and visible to all parties. ArtifactsProduct Burndown ChartIn Scrum, the product burndown chart is a "big picture" view of a project's progress. It shows how much work was left to do at the beginning of each sprint. The scope of this chart spans releases; however, a release burndown chart is limited to a single release.Release Burndown ChartIn Scrum, the release burndown chart is a "big picture" view of a release's progress. It shows how much work was left to do at the beginning of each sprint comprising a single release. The scope of this chart is a single release; however, a product burndown chart spans all releases.MeetingsDaily Scrum MeetingA fifteen-minute daily meeting for each team member to answer three questions:"What have I done since the last Scrum meeting? (i.e. yesterday)" "What will I do before the next Scrum meeting? (i.e. today)" "What prevents me from performing my work as efficiently as possible?" The ScrumMaster ensures that participants call sidebar meetings for any discussions that go too far outside these constraints.Sprint Retrospective MeetingThe sprint retrospective meeting is held at the end of every sprint after the sprint review meeting. The team and ScrumMaster meet to discuss what went well and what to improve in the next sprint. The product owner does not attend this meeting.
Projektledarrollen vs scrum master rollen
Att lyckas med Agila projektProjektledarrollen vs Scrum Masterrollen23 april, 2013Susanna Höglund, Chef Projektkontoret Apotekens Service