Introduction to Scrum
Céline Dedaj @Geek Girls Carrots
July 5th 2014
Céline Dedaj

Certified ScrumMaster®
• since 2013: 

Certified ScrumMaster® by
Jeff Sutherland
• since 2008:

freelance Coac...
*Scrum line*
• Take position in the room along a line according
to your relative knowledge about Scrum.
• 5 minutes
*Stand Up Meeting*
• Build teams of 3-4
• Take turns to answer following questions 

as concisely as possible:



1. What ...
Our workshop goal
Understand what IT buzz word 

„Scrum“ 

is about.
Today’s „sprint“
1. What is „Scrum“?
2. How does Scrum work?
3. Why Scrum?
4. What do you think?
Today’s „sprint“
1. What is „Scrum“?
2. How does Scrum work?
3. Why Scrum?
4. What do you think?
Scrum

(Pau vs. Bourgoin 03/22/14)
Today’s „sprint“
1. What is „Scrum“?
2. How does Scrum work?
3. Why Scrum?
4. What do you think?
Scrum Roles
• Product Owner
• Scrum Master
• Team
Scrum Roles
• Product Owner
• Scrum Master
• Team
Scrum Roles
• Product Owner:



Defines features + acceptance criteria 

(„DoD“: „Definition of Done“)



Responsible for RO...
Scrum Roles
• Product Owner
• Scrum Master
• Team
Scrum Roles
• Scrum Master:



Removes impediments



Enables close cooperation



Facilitates Meetings



Enforces the pr...
Scrum Roles
• Product Owner
• Scrum Master
• Team
Scrum Roles
• Team:



Crossfunctional with 7 +/- 2 members



Do what’s needed to reach sprint goal



Organizes itself

...
Scrum Events
• Sprint Planning:



max. 8 hours for 4-weeks Sprint



Product Owner + Team + Scrum Master



Negociate spr...
Scrum Events
• Daily Scrum:



max. 15 min., stand-up meeting



Team + Scrum Master (+Product Owner)



1. What did I do ...
Scrum Events
• Sprint Review:



max. 4 hours for 4-weeks Sprint



Product Owner + Team + Scrum Master (+
Stakeholders)

...
Scrum Events
• Sprint Retrospective:



max 3 hours for 4-weeks Sprint



Team + Scrum Master (+ if invited Product
Owner)...
*Iterations with
Spaghetti*
Alexandra Strekalova
Today’s „sprint“
1. What is „Scrum“?
2. How does Scrum work?
3. Why Scrum?
4. What do you think?
*Our mini-Sprint goal:*
Run for toilet paper!
Run for toilet paper!
• Goal:

Team should move as many balls of toilet paper as possible from
one bag to the other within...
Scrum framework
Today’s „sprint“
1. What is „Scrum“?
2. How does Scrum work?
3. Why Scrum?
4. What do you think?
*Workshop Retro*
Further readings
• Scrum guide:

https://www.scrum.org/scrum-guide
• „Ian Sense, Scrum Master“:

http://youtu.be/P6v-I9VvT...
Questions?
Céline Dedaj

Sonnenallee 48

12045 Berlin

Germany
+49 176 96992256

celine.dedaj@gmail.com
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  1. 1. Introduction to Scrum Céline Dedaj @Geek Girls Carrots July 5th 2014
  2. 2. Céline Dedaj
 Certified ScrumMaster® • since 2013: 
 Certified ScrumMaster® by Jeff Sutherland • since 2008:
 freelance Coach
 Process and People Manager • 2004:
 University degree in 
 Political Sciences
  3. 3. *Scrum line* • Take position in the room along a line according to your relative knowledge about Scrum. • 5 minutes
  4. 4. *Stand Up Meeting* • Build teams of 3-4 • Take turns to answer following questions 
 as concisely as possible:
 
 1. What is your previous experience with Scrum? 
 
 2. What do you want to learn next about it? 
 
 3. What problems you think Scrum can help solving? • 15 minutes
  5. 5. Our workshop goal Understand what IT buzz word 
 „Scrum“ 
 is about.
  6. 6. Today’s „sprint“ 1. What is „Scrum“? 2. How does Scrum work? 3. Why Scrum? 4. What do you think?
  7. 7. Today’s „sprint“ 1. What is „Scrum“? 2. How does Scrum work? 3. Why Scrum? 4. What do you think?
  8. 8. Scrum
 (Pau vs. Bourgoin 03/22/14)
  9. 9. Today’s „sprint“ 1. What is „Scrum“? 2. How does Scrum work? 3. Why Scrum? 4. What do you think?
  10. 10. Scrum Roles • Product Owner • Scrum Master • Team
  11. 11. Scrum Roles • Product Owner • Scrum Master • Team
  12. 12. Scrum Roles • Product Owner:
 
 Defines features + acceptance criteria 
 („DoD“: „Definition of Done“)
 
 Responsible for ROI
 
 Prioritizes and ranks Product Backlog Items
  13. 13. Scrum Roles • Product Owner • Scrum Master • Team
  14. 14. Scrum Roles • Scrum Master:
 
 Removes impediments
 
 Enables close cooperation
 
 Facilitates Meetings
 
 Enforces the process
  15. 15. Scrum Roles • Product Owner • Scrum Master • Team
  16. 16. Scrum Roles • Team:
 
 Crossfunctional with 7 +/- 2 members
 
 Do what’s needed to reach sprint goal
 
 Organizes itself
 
 Demos product increments to PO
  17. 17. Scrum Events • Sprint Planning:
 
 max. 8 hours for 4-weeks Sprint
 
 Product Owner + Team + Scrum Master
 
 Negociate sprint goal
  18. 18. Scrum Events • Daily Scrum:
 
 max. 15 min., stand-up meeting
 
 Team + Scrum Master (+Product Owner)
 
 1. What did I do yesterday that helped the Development Team meet the Sprint Goal? 
 
 2. What will I do today to help the Development Team meet the Sprint Goal? 
 
 3. Do I see any impediment that prevents me or the Development Team from meeting the Sprint Goal?
  19. 19. Scrum Events • Sprint Review:
 
 max. 4 hours for 4-weeks Sprint
 
 Product Owner + Team + Scrum Master (+ Stakeholders)
 
 What is „Done“/not „Done“
 
 Demo
  20. 20. Scrum Events • Sprint Retrospective:
 
 max 3 hours for 4-weeks Sprint
 
 Team + Scrum Master (+ if invited Product Owner)
 
 Inspect & Adapt
  21. 21. *Iterations with Spaghetti* Alexandra Strekalova
  22. 22. Today’s „sprint“ 1. What is „Scrum“? 2. How does Scrum work? 3. Why Scrum? 4. What do you think?
  23. 23. *Our mini-Sprint goal:* Run for toilet paper!
  24. 24. Run for toilet paper! • Goal:
 Team should move as many balls of toilet paper as possible from one bag to the other within 2 minutes. 
 Each ball needs to be touched by each team member during the process. 1. Building the balls (1,5’) 2. Estimate (2’) how many balls your team can move within 2 minutes.
 Caution! Balls falling on the ground are out of the game. 3. Sprint (2’) 4. Review: Who won?
  25. 25. Scrum framework
  26. 26. Today’s „sprint“ 1. What is „Scrum“? 2. How does Scrum work? 3. Why Scrum? 4. What do you think?
  27. 27. *Workshop Retro*
  28. 28. Further readings • Scrum guide:
 https://www.scrum.org/scrum-guide • „Ian Sense, Scrum Master“:
 http://youtu.be/P6v-I9VvTq4 • Agile Project Management with Scrum 
 by Ken Schwaber:
 http://www.mountaingoatsoftware.com/reviews/agile-project- management-with-scrum • Agile Software Development with Scrum
 by Ken Schaber and Mike Beedle:
 https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/ 349419.Agile_Software_Development_with_Scrum
  29. 29. Questions? Céline Dedaj
 Sonnenallee 48
 12045 Berlin
 Germany +49 176 96992256
 celine.dedaj@gmail.com
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