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Scrum - the main concepts

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  • 1. Lena Petsenchuk 16.10.2012 Scrum Innovative Approach to Getting Work Done
  • 2. Agenda Problems with traditional approach Agile Software Development Scrum Process Results
  • 3. Traditional Phased development (Waterfall model) picture by jasonb42882 Traditional Phased development (waterfall model)
  • 4. Problems Systems must be defined up front. Requirements Not Clear Requirements Change Time Wasted on Junk Poor Progress
  • 5. Agile Satisfy the Customer Welcome Change Deliver Frequently Work as a Team Communicate Face-to- Face
  • 6. Scrum iterative approach to development
  • 7. Scrum Roles Product Owner Team Scrum Master
  • 8. Product Owner Owner of project vision Represents the customer
  • 9. The Team Small (5–9 people) Cross-functional Self-organized
  • 10. Scrum Master Leader Team protector Troubleshooter Scrum guide
  • 11. Scrum Process
  • 12. Results effects of applying Scrum Flexible Scope & Faster Delivery Higher Quality Increased Progress Visibility Eliminated Waste & Saved Money More Fun, Happy Teams
  • 13. Questions

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