Content tagged with: scrum
Craig Larman author of “Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Thinking & Organizational Tools” and “Practices for Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Successful Large, Multisite & Offshore Products with Large-Scale Scrum” discusses large-scale Scrum for large, multisite, and/or offshore product development.
This short tutorial explains the Scrum Artifacts associated with Scrum Development, including User Story, Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog and Progress Charts.
Jeff Sutherland explains how it is becoming increasingly common for Scrum to first take root in a company’s engineering department and then expand out into other departments throughout the company. He says that “Scrum can double the production of anything – it doesn’t matter whether it’s sales, marketing, software, finance – it works everywhere.”
The web is a very social place these days, but can every human action become a social object? Lots of activities are private or competitive, these are often the interesting ones too.
How do I make my managers more Agile?, How can I convince developers to educate themselves?, How can I make customers more cooperative? When transforming organizations and other social systems people usually encounter obstacles. And these obstacles very often involve changing other people’s behaviors. Of course, we cannot really _make_ people behave in a different way. We also cannot really make people laugh, and we cannot really make people happy. But… we can certainly try!
Ten years ago Extreme Programming, Agile Development, and Scrum shook the foundations of our industry. Our cherished beliefs were brought into question and turned inside out. The echoes of that revolution continue to resound. But now an even bigger tide has begun to turn. The Agile movement has helped software developers, testers, and business analysts to define their profession with unprecedented clarity. “Craftsmanship” is the watchword of the day. There is a ground swell of individual contributors who have decided that they want to be true professionals instead of technical …
Last year one of my client teams was looking for a better way to work following some problems while running fairly standard Scrum. One change appeared to be to combine Scrum with kanban – “Scrumban”. So we jointly decided to give it a go. This experience report explains how the team did it. It should help anyone interested in evolving their Scrum and other timeboxed iterative process to an interesting alternative. The talk will cover:
* Why evolve? A summary of how the team was working and the issues they were …
Jens Ã˜stergaard gives an introduction to Scrum and talks about why is Scrum so hard.
Video producer: San Francisco Agile User Group
* Adaptive Project Management Using Scrum
* Opening Communication within a Scrum Team
* Scrum Roles – an Unsolvable Puzzle?
* Mature Scrum at Systematic
* Five Symptoms of Mechanical Agile
* Scrum Planet
Sam Guckenheimer and Ken Schwaber discuss the new Professional Scrum Developer program offered by Scrum.org.
How to use Kanban practices for Scrum teams that support existing products and receive a lot of urgent requests during a sprint