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  • 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 Coach
 Process and People Manager • 2004:
 University degree in 
 Political Sciences
  • *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 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
  • 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 ROI
 
 Prioritizes and ranks Product Backlog Items
  • Scrum Roles • Product Owner • Scrum Master • Team
  • Scrum Roles • Scrum Master:
 
 Removes impediments
 
 Enables close cooperation
 
 Facilitates Meetings
 
 Enforces the process
  • 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
 
 Demos product increments to PO
  • Scrum Events • Sprint Planning:
 
 max. 8 hours for 4-weeks Sprint
 
 Product Owner + Team + Scrum Master
 
 Negociate sprint goal
  • 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?
  • Scrum Events • Sprint Review:
 
 max. 4 hours for 4-weeks Sprint
 
 Product Owner + Team + Scrum Master (+ Stakeholders)
 
 What is „Done“/not „Done“
 
 Demo
  • Scrum Events • Sprint Retrospective:
 
 max 3 hours for 4-weeks Sprint
 
 Team + Scrum Master (+ if invited Product Owner)
 
 Inspect & Adapt
  • *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 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?
  • 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-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
  • Questions? Céline Dedaj
 Sonnenallee 48
 12045 Berlin
 Germany +49 176 96992256
 celine.dedaj@gmail.com