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Scrum – el efecto en el proceso y la gente

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Trabajar colaborativamente para lograr equipos altamente productivos es la esencia de SCRUM. …

Trabajar colaborativamente para lograr equipos altamente productivos es la esencia de SCRUM.

SCRUM es muy indicado para proyectos en entornos complejos, donde los requisitos son cambiantes o poco definidos ¿Te suena esto familiar?

El desarrollo de software se enfrenta totalmente a estos retos y Hubert tiene amplia experiencia ajustando el procesos Scrum a grandes proyectos a partir de pequeños componentes: Gente, producto y proceso.

Durante este Webinar se explicará cómo obtener un mejor rendimiento en el proceso de entrega a través de la aplicación de Scrum.

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  • 1. © Cutter Consortium a taste of the agile conference
  • 2. © Cutter Consortium hubert smits senior cutter consultant and member of the agile practice. signatory of the agile manifesto in 2002, scrummaster in 2003 and scrum trainer since 2005.
  • 3. © Cutter Consortium theme scrum at scale: three teams or more
  • 4. © Cutter Consortium scrum shippable - ‘done’ product increment sprint planning meeting •  review product backlog •  select stories for sprint •  task out selected stories •  find owner for each task •  owner estimates task •  commit to 2 weeks of work sprint backlog stories selected, tasked out, estimated by team-members product backlog: ordered features desired by product owner daily sprint sprint review meeting •  demo features to all •  retrospect with team
  • 5. © Cutter Consortium scrum light barely sufficient framework
  • 6. © Cutter Consortium scrum at scale light barely sufficient framework
  • 7. © Cutter Consortium scaling-large
  • 8. © Cutter Consortium scaling-xlarge
  • 9. © Cutter Consortium plantore-plan product 3-4 months refinement vision product needs priorities budget estimates architecture 3-4 vision priorities budget product 3-4 months refinement vision product needs priorities budget estimates architecture
  • 10. © Cutter Consortium refinement: fivelevelsofplanning
  • 11. © Cutter Consortium discussion hubert smits – hsmits@cutter.com

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