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    Scrum Scrum Presentation Transcript

    • SCRUM
      The Framework
    • SCRUM Theory
      Three pillars uphold every implementation of empirical process control
      Transparency
      Inspection
      Adaptation
    • Inspection and Adaptation
      The Daily Scrum meeting
      The Sprint Review and Planning Meetings
      The Sprint Retrospective
    • SCRUM Content
      Teams
      Time-boxes
      Artifacts
      Rules
    • Teams
      Scrum Master
      Product Owner
      Team
    • Time-Boxes
      Sprint
      Daily SCRUM
      Sprint Review
      Sprint Retrospective
      Sprint Planning Meeting
      Release Planning Meeting
    • Artifacts
      Product Backlog
      Sprint Backlog
      Release Burndown
      Sprint Burndown
    • Rules
      Rules bind together Scrum’s time-boxes, roles, and artifacts.
    • SCRUM Roles
    • PIGS
      Scrum Master
      Product Owner
      Team
      Chicken
      Stakeholders
      Managers
    • SCRUM-BAN
      especially suited for maintenance projects with frequent and unexpected user stories or errors.
      SCRUM practices without time limited sprint
      Visualization of the work stages and limitations for simultaneous unfinished user stories and defects are familiar from the Kanban model.
      In their simplest, the work stages are
      Unstarted
      Ongoing
      Completed
    • Final Thoughts
      Done (Sashimi)
      Undone
      Abnormal Termination
      "Working more hours" does not necessarily mean "producing more output"
      "A happy team makes a tough task look simple"
    • After Thoughts