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You'd think with all my video game experience that I'd be more prepared for this: Listen, Test, Code, Design OVER Sprints, Scrums, and ScrumMasters
the essence of what needs to happen?
You need a shared understanding of what problem the software is intended to solve.  We have learned that the best way to do this is to engage directly with the relevant situation and people.
You need a shared understanding of what the solution needs to do to solve the problem.  We have learned that the best way to do this is through conversations leading to agreed examples and then iterating.
You need to build the solution.  We have learned that the best way to do this is in a thoughtful, collaborative, disciplined way.
You need to manage the growing complexity of the system to ensure that it continues to be easy to change.  We have learned that the best way to do this is as an ongoing exercise reflecting the best knowledge we have at each point.
Agile  Scrum 
6 days ago by pks
Pitfall of Scrum: Problem-Solving in the Daily Scrum - Agile Advice
The Daily Scrum should not be used to find solutions to problems (obstacles, impediments) raised. Instead, keep the meeting very short and have those problem-solving conversations afterwards with only those who are interested. The ScrumMaster facilitates this meeting to keep it on track. The Daily Scrum is timeboxed to a maximum of 15 minutes, but often should be even less. With a good physical task board, a Daily Scrum can often be done in less than a minute simply by each team member pointing at the pieces of work they are working on.
6 days ago by pks
It's Not Just Standing Up: Patterns for Daily Standup Meetings
The daily stand-up meeting (also known as a "daily scrum", a "daily huddle", "morning roll-call", etc.) is simple to describe:

The whole team meets every day for a quick status update. We stand up to keep the meeting short.
6 days ago by pks
How to handle unfinished User Stories in Scrum - codecentric AG Blog
Although this nearly-done-status sounds good; it’s a killer for transparency on the project status. That’s why in agile development – for example with the Scrum process – you only care about entirely completed features. It’s binary. In the Scrum demo meeting you look at each User Story, check it against all acceptance criteria and the team’s definition of done (DoD). Only if all the work is done, all NFRs and other parts of the DoD are satisfied, only then the User Story is resolved and closed.
6 days ago by pks
Saying No to Stakeholders: 6 Tips for Product Owners
For every time a product owner says yes to some stakeholder’s feature request, the product owner will need to say no to some future customer request. The team’s time is limited and a yes today will necessitate saying no to some later opportunity.
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10 days ago by Shoord

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