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Scrum

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  • 1. SCRUM
    The Framework
  • 2. SCRUM Theory
    Three pillars uphold every implementation of empirical process control
    Transparency
    Inspection
    Adaptation
  • 3. Inspection and Adaptation
    The Daily Scrum meeting
    The Sprint Review and Planning Meetings
    The Sprint Retrospective
  • 4. SCRUM Content
    Teams
    Time-boxes
    Artifacts
    Rules
  • 5. Teams
    Scrum Master
    Product Owner
    Team
  • 6. Time-Boxes
    Sprint
    Daily SCRUM
    Sprint Review
    Sprint Retrospective
    Sprint Planning Meeting
    Release Planning Meeting
  • 7. Artifacts
    Product Backlog
    Sprint Backlog
    Release Burndown
    Sprint Burndown
  • 8. Rules
    Rules bind together Scrum’s time-boxes, roles, and artifacts.
  • 9. SCRUM Roles
  • 10. PIGS
    Scrum Master
    Product Owner
    Team
    Chicken
    Stakeholders
    Managers
  • 11. 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
  • 12. 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"
  • 13. After Thoughts