Five questions asked by Nokia to determine whether or not their teams were following the guidelines of Scrum…
Ken Schwaber, one of the founding fathers of Scrum, talks about Scrum at a Google Tech Talk gathering back in 2006.
An Introduction to Agile and Scrum Part 2 by Robert Dempsey, CEO of adsdevshop.com.
An Introduction to Agile and Scrum Part 1 by Robert Dempsey, CEO of adsdevshop.com.
An introduction to Scrum in under 10 minutes by Hamid Shojaee .
The video clip provides answers to the following questions:
Sprint planning should take place on the first day of the sprint. This session is divided into two parts, the first part is attended by the delivery team and the product manager, whereas the second part is usually only attended by the delivery team.
Although you can not use Velocity to measure the productivity of one team compared to another, you can use velocity to help track the relative productivity of the same team from one sprint to another assuming the value of a point stays the same over time.
So, the following questions are justified:
* What is Agile Programme Management?
* What is Agile Portfolio Management?
* Is it possible to efficiently and effectively manage a Programme of Software Development Projects in an Agile way?
So, when do you use Scrum practices, when should you consider Lean practices and when should you consider using Epic Boards?
The most practical application of Scrum (i.e. the easiest to manage!) exists at the interface between those that own individual products and those that deliver the incremental enhancements to those products. In a multi-purpose team environment (i.e. where the team delivering your predictable roadmap is also the team required to address live defects – BAU), it becomes more challenging to commit to a sprint of work (without interruption) because you can’t just leave a critical live defect… live …
I have worked on quite a number of Agile projects (+100) over the past few years – usually taking on the role of either Scrum Master or Product Owner. I have worked on projects being delivered by a single team with one Product Owner. I have also worked on projects being delivered by multiple teams,