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Scrum Flyer V20100330

Scrum Flyer V20100330

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Published by TenForce
Flyer about Scrum
Flyer about Scrum

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Published by: TenForce on Mar 30, 2010
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why 
To deliver faster with higher quality in a more transparent way 
Faster 
 
Scrum forces you to break-up projects into a series of manageablepieces
 
Progress is made, even when requirements are not stable.
 
Early delivery of tested and working software
 
Easier response to changing needs (of the customer)
Higher Quality 
 
Frequent feedback & increments delivery guarantees meetingcustomer expectations
 
Increased customer commitment through involvement in thedevelopment process
 
Problems are immediately detected
 
Tackle or escalate risks without delay
 
Tighter control on development through daily evaluation
More Transparent 
 
At start of sprint, the scope is fixed and everyone knows who isaccountable for what and by when
 
Stakeholders are involved in scrum & review meetings
 
The daily scrums allow you to give advance warnings of potentialissues & deviation
 
Clear and accurate view on planned budget vs. actuals and the abilityto react swiftly (on sprint frequency)
 
 
what 
Scrum is a lightweight framework for agile development. Functionality is delivered initerative cycles of two to four weeks called sprints, allowing immediate feedback andreaction to changing business opportunities.Scrum is an Agile process framework that allows organizations to continuously direct theproject toward early delivery of real business value through the frequent and regulardelivery of high quality software.Scrum has become an industry standard since the nineties. It is a project management method, not only for software development.
Scrum works 
Scrum is a framework, not a defined process or methodology. Scrum provides a simple structureof roles, meetings and tools. Scrum teams are responsible for creating and adapting theirprocesses within this framework.Scrum is coinciding with the agile movement in software development, which is partly inspiredby Lean manufacturing approaches such as the Toyota Production System and integratesengineering best practices, e.g. Continuous Integration, Test-driven development and automatedbuilds.
 
 
how 
Product Owner
Owns the vision of what should be produced.Gets input from stakeholders and turns this into a single list of what should be produced, prioritizedon business value and risk. This list is called the Product Backlog
ScrumMaster
Is responsible for the Scrum process.Ensures that the team is doing what the are best in, delivering business value.Removes everything (impediments) that keeps the team from doing their job.
The Team
Commits to the content of the iteration (sprint)It has all the skills to produce a finished product
 –
designers, coders, testers, etc.
 –
and everyonecontributes based on competency, rather than just job title.The team is self-organizing and self-managing. It is responsible for making a commitment andmanaging itself to hit the goal.
Product Backlog
The Product Backlog is a single master list, which contains all the features, functions andrequirements of the product, which is to be developed. They are written in the form of a user Story.All items are prioritized based on business value and risk.
Sprint Backlog
The Sprint Backlog contains all functionality the committed to for the current sprint. Each user storyis broken down into tasks that are needed to finish the develop the functionality.
Burndown Graphs
The Burndown Graphs show the progress of the work.It shows the amount of remaining work per day (Sprint Burndown) or per Sprint (Release Burndownor Product Burndown).

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