Scrum Principles: Iterative Delivery

June 16, 2017
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Scrum Principles: Iterative Delivery

A project is a temporary endeavor that involves a collaborative effort to create a new product, service, or other result as defined in the Project Vision Statement. Every project is affected by the constraints of time, cost, scope, quality, risks, benefits, resources, and other limitations. For a successful project delivery, it is important to choose…

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Backlog Grooming Session and Techniques

June 15, 2017
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Backlog Grooming Session and Techniques

A typical Prioritized Product Backlog will contain all User Stories, their time estimates (including any revised estimates), and the status of higher priority requirements. Any new or revised User Stories resulting from changes to business requirements, customer requests, external market conditions, and/or lessons learned from previous Sprints are also incorporated. Backlog Grooming Session The Product…

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Business Justification in SCRUM

June 15, 2017
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Business Justification in SCRUM

Business justification is first assessed prior to a project being initiated and is continuously verified throughout the project lifecycle. The following steps capture how business justification is determined: 1. Assess and Present a Business Case Business justification for a project is typically analyzed and confirmed by the Product Owner. It is documented and presented in…

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Daily Scrum Update Using Scrumboard

June 14, 2017
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Daily Scrum Update Using Scrumboard

The Daily Scrum is one of the most important aspects of the Scrum framework. Scrum’s transparency comes from openly viewable information tools such as the Scrumboard, which shows the progress of the team. The team uses a Scrumboard to plan and track progress during each Sprint.   The Scrumboard usually contains four to five columns…

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Why Empirical Process Control is Important in SCRUM?

June 14, 2017
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Why Empirical Process Control is Important in SCRUM?

In today’s rapidly changing market trends, the customer may imagine an ‘apple’ and the finished product made by the project team may be an ‘orange’. This though is not the main problem. If the customer is aware of what’s cooking from the start he can steer the team to the ‘apple’ side. But in actuality…

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