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Table Of Contents

Introduction
About This Book
How This Book Is Organized
Chapter 1: Welcome to Agile
Chapter 2: Introducing Scrum
Chapter 3: Understanding the Roles in Scrum
Chapter 4: Meeting Your Sprint Planning Goals
Chapter 5: Keeping Everyone Connected
Chapter 7: Ten Ways CA Agile Vision Can Help You
Icons Used in This Book
Why Agile Was Born
Having the Agile Mindset
Think self-empowered
Think small
Think business value
Think continuous
Think collaboration
Think discipline
Will Agile Work in Your Environment?
Small teams
Collocation
Motivated, seasoned developers
Lean governance
Customer involvement
Welcome to Scrum (Yes, as in Rugby)
So what’s Scrum for Agile?
Staying coordinated with daily stand-ups
The Need for Commitment
Welcome to the Scrum Team
Getting to Know the Key Personnel
The Team Leader: The ScrumMaster
The team itself
Working Together or Apart?
Collocated teams
Dealing with a distributed Scrum team
Working With Multiple Scrum Teams: Scrum of Scrums
Introducing the Project Progress Scrum of Scrums
Introducing the Architecture Scrum of Scrums
Introducing the Product Owner Scrum
Inside Look at CA Agile Vision: Creating a Team
Setting Your Sights: Sprint Planning
Planning in Two Different Segments
Defining the goals of the sprint
Segment #2: Estimating backlog items
All Things Considered: The End-of-Sprint Review
Inside Look at CA Agile Vision
How to move stories to the Sprint backlog
Tracking Sprint progress
Communicating As a Team
Internal communication
External communication
The Daily Scrum: Best Practices
How the daily scrum actually works
Playing by the rules
Tying up the loose ends
What happens if the team falls behind?
Keeping Distributed Teams in Touch
Creating efficient distributed meetings
Coordinating documents virtually
Is Your Team Collocated?
Can You Tolerate an Empowered Team?
Is the Project Large?
Is an Iterative Approach Okay?
Do You Have Seasoned Developers?
Is Your Team Motivated and Committed?
Do You Have Effective Team Leadership?
Can You Tolerate a Continuous Customer Presence?
Does the Team Have All They Need?
Improves Communication
Saves Time
Empowers Your Teams
Incorporates the Product Owner
Evolves Your Learning
Automates Your Processes
Speaks to Your Team in Different Languages
Reduces Cost
Educates Your Beginners
Integrates Solutions
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