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Scrum Training

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Nguyen Ngoc

on 9 August 2014

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Transcript of Scrum Training

Scrum Training
Artifacts
Roles &Responsibilities
Why are we here
Meeting
Goal
Implementation
Time Boxed Iterations
Iteration Planning
Quality Control
Staying Focused
Continuous Improvement
TEAM
Cross-functional
Estimate the Product Backlog items
Decide “How”
Self-organizing and self-managing
Product Owner
Create and Prioritize Product Backlog
Negotiate Sprint Contract with the Team
Determine when product can be released
Overall responsibility for Product
Optimize ROI very Sprint
SCRUM MASTER
Holds daily scrum, facilitates Sprint Planning, Review & Retrospective meetings.
Identifies and remove problems
Protects the team.
Helps to motivate the team and keep them excited.
Drives the cross-functional team at all level.
Product Backlog
Sprint Backlog
Burndown Chart
Sprint Planning meeting
Attendees
Tools
Product Backlog
Post-its/Index Cards
Pens
Planning Poker Cards
Whiteboard
Agenda
1. The PO presents the highest priority Backlog items to the team
2. Team discuss the requirements , define Sprint Goals
3. ****BREAK****
4. Team agree upon User Stories to be delivered in the coming sprint
5. Team agree delivery strategy (Create task cards for each User Story)
Daily Scrum
Duration
15 minutes
Participant:
Scrum Master
All team members
Product Owner (optional)
Design Scrum Board
1. What did you do yesterday?
2. What will you do today?
3. What obstacles are in your way?
Rules
1. Everybody must stand up.
2. Only team members and scrum master can talk to each other, not to SM
3. The meeting is not for problem solving.
4. Any issues can be discussed right after the meeting
5. Scrum Master does not ask the questions
Sprint Review
1. Team presents “done” code to PO and stakeholders.
2. Functionality not “done” is not shown
3. Feedback generated – PB maybe reprioritized
4. Scrum Master sets next Sprint Review
5. The Product Owner has the last word here
Sprint Retrospective
1. What went well
2. What can be improve

3. Scrum Master helps team in discovery ---> but not provide answer
What is Scrum?
The PO sets a list of features called Product Backlog
During the Sprint Planning,
the team pulls a piece of the top
of that list: called Sprint Backlog
Ensures
Helps
Coaches
Protects
Removes
Responsible
Work with
Responsible
Ensures
Accepts
Rejects
Maintains
Work with
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