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Furthermore he had a major impact on developing Scrum generally: The retrospective for instance is one of his influences. He also developed the Scrum Checklist, which is used worldwide, that helps teams to work with teams quickly.
He is always ready to share his knowledge with his consultants, with thousands of participants of his trainings, and the readers of his blog www. SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime. All Meetings. Upcoming SlideShare. Like this document? Why not share! Embed Size px. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end.
WordPress Shortcode. Published in: Education , Technology , Business. Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Karina Kohl , Product Owner at Globo. Madalina Otomega. Show More. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. All Meetings 1. New York. Scrum is a framework with simple rules. Scrum Checklists will help you to remember these simple rules in General Meeting Rules Basics: the heat of daily work and stress.
Scrum Checklists enable you to Every meeting starts on time and ends on time. Everyone can attend. Every meeting is time-boxed. Invite everybody who is necessary ahead of time so that Scrum by the book. This will enable you to run you they can prepare. Your success 2. Send out an agenda with goal and purpose of the meeting.
Book all resources for the meeting: For Scrum Intermediates - Use your common sense room, data projector, flip charts, facilitation equipment and to tweak your processes guided by these Scrum anything else you will need for your meeting Checklists. Send a reminder 24 hrs before the meeting. Prepare a flip chart with meeting rules. Facilitation of the Meeting: 1. The facilitator has to be present during the discussion.
He is not Scrum Checklists do not replace experience and practice. He presents the meeting goal and agenda. He agrees on a person who will write the meeting minutes if necessary. He will be the scribe for the Team or teach them how to do the Keep alive 10 Basic Practices: documentation themselves and might record what is said on a flip chart to visualize the conversation.
A clear and catching Vision 5. He keeps the focus of the meeting by using tools like the Park- 2. Backlog Items are sized by the Team 6. He ends the meeting with a wrap—up and a very short retro- 5. Daily Scrums spective 5 minutes only. Burn Down Charts 7. A collaborative Sprint Review Take some photographs of your boards and flip charts.
For strategic planning you need to know the size of the Backlog Items. It is a necessary input for release planning and for gaining 1. In case the Backlog Item is large but needs to go into the next 2. It enables the team members to see what will happen in the or subsequent Sprints, the Team will split the Backlog Item into following phases of the project.
Re-size the new Backlog Item by playing 3. Sprint 2 Sprint 3 Items by decomposing them if appropriate. Re-size Backlog Items that are not done but likely to be a request for the next three Sprints.
Identify Backlog Items that need to be clarified for the next Do your Daily Scrum every day! Only the Team estimates.
Do not size effort - only the Team does! The Product Owner does not size. Do not do this activity as part of the Sprint Planning Meeting 1. Start with the first Product Backlog Item Story.
Metaphor for this meeting: Analysis. The goal of this meeting is 2. Understand this Product Backlog Item by discussing its to understand in detail what the End User wants. This meeting requirements. Clarify the user acceptance tests. At the end of this meeting the 4. Find the aspects performance, stability, Team will be able to decide what they are able to deliver. Find the acceptance criteria. Figure out what its level of done is.
Get a clear picture about every Backlog Item. Basics: 8. Draw pictures about what needs to be delivered flow charts, UML diagrams, scribbles, screen designs.
Only the team members decide how many Backlog Items the 9. Go back to step 1 - take the next Backlog Item. Team can take on for the Sprint. Stop 20 min before the end of the Sprint Planning 1. Ask again - this time more seriously: wristwatce emergency exits "Can you do the first Backlog Item, Stop if they do not believe they can do any more Backlog Items.
Now - a very important step: Send out the Product Owner. She really must go! Customer, End User, everyone else — out! Run this meeting in 5. Ask the Team after everyone else left the room: the morning - to be able to have the Sprint Planning "Very seriously - Is this the list you believe you can do?
Scrum Tools & Materials
This life, which had been the tomb of his virtue and of his honour, is but a walking shadow; a poor player, that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more: it is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. Scrum basis — roles, meetings, artifacts, scaled Scrum. The Scrum Checklist is available in German and English. Scrum Flow provides a visual overview of the interaction between roles in Scrum and the sequence of all meetings in a Sprint. Scrum Flow is available in English.
ScrumChecklist Sample - Boris Gloger
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2011 Scrum Checklist by Boris Gloger
All Meetings. New York. ScrumChecklist Sample - Boris Gloger. Estimation Meeting Purpose: 1. For strategic planning you need to know the size of the Backlog Items. It is a necessary input for release planning and for gaining an understanding of how much a Team might be able to develop in a Sprint. It enables the team members to see, what will happen in the following phases of the project.
Your Scrum Checklist: Scrum Hard Facts: Roles. Artefacts. All Meetings