You probably know what is iteration Zero.
Everybody uses this term but a few can define it clearly. Some use it to designate a special time for building infractructure, others as an iteration for assembling a team and sharing a product vision or elaborating initial requirements. Still, you can hardly get a clear explanation how to do your iteration Zero.
We in ScrumTrek have been helping organizations to adopt Agile for more that 5 years. Our understanding of iteration Zero has evolved over time and now we understand it as a time for a team, bussiness and other stakeholders to investigate collaboratively a product that they are going to build.
Join our session to learn about our experience and practices for iteration Zero. You will see how we do product/project analysis and create product vision and backlog. We will be talking about practices for helping a team to start their first iterations and discuss how to involve stakeholders into collaborative work.
And, what is more important, how to box it into just one iteration.