9/26/2013 by Todd Wilson
I was coaching a Scrum team through planning when something interesting happened. The team composition had recently changed, and the members had just come out of a Potentially Shippable Increment (PSI) planning meeting the day before. . . .
9/25/2013 by Bikash Sahu
Scrum is like a rafting team; if anybody gets tired, then we may lose control of raft. . . .
9/25/2013 by Mirko Perkusich
In Scrum, the ScrumMaster is responsible for ensuring that the Scrum team adheres to Scrum theory, practices, and rules. The ScrumMaster is responsible for acting as team facilitator. It sounds simple, but it is a lot of responsibility. . . .
9/24/2013 by saurabh mittal
I was searching for a bookshelf to buy for my home. After looking into the market, I decided to go to the carpenter store nearby. . . .
9/24/2013 by Glen Wang
This PowerPoint training is based on the Scrum Guide. It uses the self-organizing team as a main thread to link all components of Scrum. Scrum values, pillars, and artifacts are treated as "weapons" of the self-organizing team.
9/20/2013 by Venkata Gayatri Krishnamurty Pammi
If you don't get the user needs right, it doesn't matter how well you execute the rest of the project. Requirements are the foundation for all the project work that follows. . . .
9/19/2013 by Anurag Prakash
Teams new to Scrum frequently push back on the Scrum rituals and the updates. The most painful of these is updating hours left. . . .
9/18/2013 by Joakim Sahlberg
A good daily stand-up is a rare sight. How do we, as ScrumMasters or facilitators, achieve a good stand-up without micromanaging? There are a few things that are easy to implement and give you a lot of bang for the buck. . . .
9/18/2013 by Vinay Tripathi
The Definition of Done (DoD) is what we use to determine whether a story will be included in a sprint review, so what about a story that is partially complete and that the team wants to showcase? Let me tell you the story of something that happened recently on the project I am coaching. . . .
9/17/2013 by Suresh Bansal
My current project and organizational environment does not allow me to shift to Scrum. So the question is: Under this constraint, can some of the learnings from Scrum be used to reduce/eliminate my current project challenges?