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What is Wet Scrum?

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  • 1. Agile Convention 2013 1st Agile and Scrum Event in Noida The Wet Scrum Gurpreet Singh gp.singh.tech@gmail.com
  • 2. Scrum - Intro
  • 3. Survey - Scrum
  • 4. Survey - Audience
  • 5. Why Scrum?
  • 6. Where did they start?
  • 7. Where are they now?
  • 8. The Wet Scrum The Wet Scrum Wet Scrum.pdf
  • 9. Happy Index Not Everyone is Happy, Few are Married!!! A couple is a team!!!
  • 10. Characteristics - Wet ScrumTeams 1. Command-n-Control - Activity 1 2. Missing Trust 3. Incomplete Vision 4. No/Less Communication - Activity 2 5. Less Collaboration - Activity 3
  • 11. Command-n-Control
  • 12. Command-n-Control
  • 13. Command-n-Control Activity – 8 Persons required
  • 14. Trust & Accountability
  • 15. Trust & Accountability
  • 16. Trust & Blame Game
  • 17. Trust & Blame Game
  • 18. Incomplete Vision
  • 19. Less Collaboration Activity 2? 4 persons? 1 Client 1 Manager 1 Team Leader 1 Dev
  • 20. Less Collaboration Who is she? Activity 3? 4 people?
  • 21. Obstacles in Agile Adoption
  • 22. Niko Niko Calendar
  • 23. Niko Niko Calendar
  • 24. Team Thermometer
  • 25. Kudos Cards
  • 26. Kudos Card
  • 27. Tennis Balls Method
  • 28. ChampFrogs Technique Curiosity: I have plenty of things to investigate and to think about. Freedom: I am independent of others with my work and my responsibilities. Honor: I feel proud that my personal values are reflected in how I work. Relatedness: I have good social contacts with the people in my work. Acceptance: The people around me approve of what I do and who I am. Order: There are enough rules and policies for a stable environment. Mastery: My work challenges my competence but it is still within my abilities. Goal: My purpose in life is reflected in the work that I do. Status: My position is good, and recognized by the people who work with Power: There’s enough room for me to influence what happens around me. me.
  • 29. ChampFrogs Technique
  • 30. Scrum - Intro (Recap)
  • 31. Team Names & Logos The Panthers Run, Chase, Catch, Pounce, Climb, Swim -- purely Agile! Team Logo_Panthers.pdf
  • 32. Team Props Team Props matching with Team Names
  • 33. Release Names & Mottos Release Motto – Which way is the Right way? 123 12 3 Release NameCrossroads 123 123 123
  • 34. Release Names & Mottos Release Name - Newton Release Motto – Waiting for the Gravitational Apple to fall!
  • 35. Agile Pledge Being Agile is our favourite thing.mp4
  • 36. Thank You. Gurpreet Singh gp.singh.tech@gmail.com Skype – gsingh1480@live.com Cell – 997 187 9998 Agile Noida India www.agilenoida.wordpress.co m

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