SCRUM for students
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Scrum is a
way for teams
to work
together to
develop a
product
HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 2 / 21
Scrum is a
way for students
to work
together to
acquire
competences
HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 3 / 21
small pieces1
one small piece at a time
encourage creativity
enable teams to respond to feedback and
change
HEB-ÉSI · Pier...
product owners – need for next 30 days (or less)
development teams – build and show … then po choose next step
scrum maste...
Those performing the work and those accepting the work product
must share a common definition of “Done”
HEB-ÉSI · Pierre B...
2 scrum team
product owner
product owner
maximize the value of the product
is one person
manage the product backlog
HEB-ÉS...
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product backlog
HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 9 / 21
2 scrum team
development team
development team
do the work for delivery potentiall...
HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 10 / 21
2 scrum team
scrum master
scrum master
ensure scrum team understand scrum
servant...
HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 11 / 21
the heart of scrum
one month or less
no change during sprint may endanger sprint goal
« done » useable, potentially releasable increment
prod...
sprint planning
time-boxed, 8 hours for 1 month sprint
sprint goal: what can be delivered in the increment
how the work
ne...
HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 14 / 21
next sprint is based on: product backlog, projected capacity
of development team ...
HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 15 / 21
5 daily scrum
stand up daily
15 minutes time-boxed (stand up) meeting
synchronize...
HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 16 / 21
not scrum master
not product owner
the development team is responsible for daily ...
in the classroom
HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 17 / 21
in the classroom
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teacher
student
students
product owner
scrum master
development
...
in the classroom
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now
± 2 weeks
each 2 hours
10 min
product backlog
meeting
sprint...
scrum is : lightweight, 
simple to understand
… difficult to master
Slides for bachelor students at HEB-ÉSI
I want try to use modern business
methodology in the classroom
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  1. 1. SCRUM for students HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 1 / 21
  2. 2. Scrum is a way for teams to work together to develop a product HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 2 / 21
  3. 3. Scrum is a way for students to work together to acquire competences HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 3 / 21
  4. 4. small pieces1 one small piece at a time encourage creativity enable teams to respond to feedback and change HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 4 / 21
  5. 5. product owners – need for next 30 days (or less) development teams – build and show … then po choose next step scrum master – ensure this process happens smoothly as possible … the product is build ! scrum team2 self organizing cross functional HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 5 / 21
  6. 6. Those performing the work and those accepting the work product must share a common definition of “Done” HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 6 / 21 productivity flexibility creativity
  7. 7. 2 scrum team product owner product owner maximize the value of the product is one person manage the product backlog HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 7 / 21
  8. 8. HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 8 / 21 product backlog
  9. 9. HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 9 / 21 2 scrum team development team development team do the work for delivery potentially releasable increment « done » product at the end of a sprint 3 à 9 persons self-organizing – cross-functional no titles, no hierarchy, no sub-team … one developer is just part of team
  10. 10. HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 10 / 21 2 scrum team scrum master scrum master ensure scrum team understand scrum servant-leader
  11. 11. HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 11 / 21 the heart of scrum
  12. 12. one month or less no change during sprint may endanger sprint goal « done » useable, potentially releasable increment product is build 3 sprint HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 12 / 21
  13. 13. sprint planning time-boxed, 8 hours for 1 month sprint sprint goal: what can be delivered in the increment how the work needed be achieved ? 4 sprint planning what can be delivered ? HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 13 / 21
  14. 14. HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 14 / 21 next sprint is based on: product backlog, projected capacity of development team and past performance
  15. 15. HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 15 / 21 5 daily scrum stand up daily 15 minutes time-boxed (stand up) meeting synchronize activity and create plan for next 24h fix technical problems
  16. 16. HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 16 / 21 not scrum master not product owner the development team is responsible for daily scrum
  17. 17. in the classroom HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 17 / 21
  18. 18. in the classroom HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 18 / 21 teacher student students product owner scrum master development team
  19. 19. in the classroom HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 19 / 21 now ± 2 weeks each 2 hours 10 min product backlog meeting sprint length stand up daily scrum
  20. 20. scrum is : lightweight,  simple to understand … difficult to master
  21. 21. Slides for bachelor students at HEB-ÉSI I want try to use modern business methodology in the classroom Credits This slides are made with LibreOffice on a linux box. Both are open source software Images and photos Chris Graef – Lens of mind – Kmeron – fabrice d – Dima Yagnyuk – Marie Coons – Luke Anthony Firth from The Noun Project, 500px or DeviantArt Links Scrum Training Series — Scrum.org Pierre Bettens (pbt) – http://esi.namok.be — http://blog.namok.be HEB-ÉSI · Pierre Bettens (pbt) · 21 / 21

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