Scrum   15017

« earlier    

Mike Cohn - Five Scary Things About Adopting Agile
Agile guru Mike Cohn on five common misconceptions, and what he's really seen in organizations making a transition from non-Agile to Agile.
From team members:
- Eeek! Agile Has No Design Phase!
- Help! I'll Become a Generalist.
For managers:
- Oh No! We Can’t Plan or Predict Dates!
- Yikes! I Won't Have a Job!
- Zoinks! Scrum Has Too Many Meetings!
Agile  Management  mikecohn  Waterfall  Scrum  fear  SDLC  process  meetings  manager 
4 days ago by jflorablack
Mike Cohn - Don’t Estimate the Sprint Backlog Using Task Points
Story Points are used for the whole user story, with several people collaborating at once.
Task Points can be a more granular version of Story Points, BUT there's no need to use Task points when you have Hours.
timemanagement  Agile  story_point  estimation  Development  Scrum  userstories  ProjectManagement  MikeCohn 
4 days ago by jflorablack
Involving the stakeholders during the sprint |
Good discussion thread about figuring out how to bring SME's and stakeholders in, to groom the backlog and plan for the next sprint.
Agile  Scrum  business-analysis  software 
4 days ago by myankelovich
Overview - Large Scale Scrum (LeSS)
Scaling Scrum starts with understanding standard one-team Scrum. From that point, your organization must be able to understand and adopt LeSS, which requires examining the purpose of one-team Scrum elements and figuring out how to reach the same purpose while staying within the constraints of the standard Scrum rules.

Agile development with Scrum requires a deep organizational change to become agile. Therefore, neither Scrum nor LeSS should be considered as merely a practice. Rather, they form an organizational design framework.

LeSS provides two different large-scale Scrum frameworks. Most of the scaling elements of LeSS are focused on directing the attention of all of the teams onto the whole product instead of “my part.” Global and “end-to-end” focus are perhaps the dominant problems to solve in scaling. The two frameworks – which are basically single-team Scrum scaled up – are:

LeSS: Up to eight teams (of eight people each).
LeSS Huge: Up to a few thousand people on one product.
agile  management  methodology  scrum 
7 days ago by dserodio

« earlier    

related tags

*****  agil  agile  agileschule  ani  ansible  arbeit  architect  architecture  article  azure  backlog  bestpractices  bigdata  book  business-analysis  businessvalue  cambiar  certificates  clojure  coding  collaboration  coplien  criticisms  culture  dda  ddd  definitionofdone  desarrollo  design  designthinking  dev  developer  development  devspace  devteemtipp  digilern:digipaed  digitalmarketing  distributed  docker  dotnet  dutch  eduscrum  ejemplos  escalar  estimation  estrategia  experience  fear  fiction  filosofia  formacion  free  funny  gitlab  glossary  groovy  growthhacking  guide  holocracy  humor  infographics  instapaper  instpaper  integration  it  javiergarzas  jenkins  jira  jug  kanban  lead  leadership  lean  learning  linkedin  management  managemrny  manager  marketing  meetings  methodologies  methodology  microservices  mikecohn  modernagile  mvp  nuremberg  oop  organizacion  organization  paas  pattern  pocket  powerbi  presentaciones  process  product-development  product  productivity  productmanagement  progr  programming  project  projectmanagement  projektlernen  pulse  quality  react  refactor  rekry  rekrytointi  resistencia  resource  retrospective  ruby  sass  scrum-mastery  scrum  scrumban  scrummaster  sdlc  seo  service_design  servicedesign  session  smm  software  software_development  softwareentwicklung  story_point  storymapping  structure  team  teamwork  timemanagement  tool  toread  update  userstories  ux  verification  vhs:lingen:werkstattkurs  video  waterfall  webdesign  webdev  whiteboard  work  zsh  敏捷开发  개발환경 

Copy this bookmark: