All posts tagged “scrum

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Ball point game

The ball point game is a game great for introducing the principles of Scrum and the Deming Cycle (PDCA-cycle). The game is quite often used in Scrum courses. Hereby a description reblogged (see sources at the end of the page). Rules The point of this… Read More

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Scrum, actually

Originally posted on Ullizee:
Scrum, actually, has been around for a while. Scrum emerged in the early 1990’s through the work of Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber. They packaged their practices into a cohesive set of rules and roles and named the entirety „Scrum“. The term, actually, was inherited…

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Feature Teams

The Development Team (a.k.a. the team) By the Scrum guide: Self-organising: the team determines itself how to organise and execute their work Cross-functional: the team possesses all the necessary skills and competences to produce a potentially shippable product increment Feature team The term feature team… Read More

Mind map Large Scale Scrum (LeSS)
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Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS)

Large Scale Scrum Scaling Scrum addresses the questions/challenges which arise when applying Scrum (Agile) in a large context: an organisation or project with multiple teams, possible multiple products. The scale can vary from a few teams to dozens of teams (e.g. a few hundred or… Read More