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    Anushree VermaTechnical Delivery Manager/Agile Coach, Capgemini

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  • Agenda

    Introduction to SCRUM Lifecycle of SCRUM Principles of SCRUM Components of SCRUM

    SCRUM TeamSCRUM ArtifactsSCRUM Events/Ceremonies

  • Different methodologies in Agile

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    Principles of Agile

    SCRUM

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    Principles of Agile

    Principles of SCRUM

    Every activity is time boxed. Every commitment is time boxed and every artifact maintained and followed is time boxed.

    Time boxing helps in adhering to commitment and schedule.Time boxed

    Teams are small, cross functional and preferably co-located.

    Small teams help in managing the teams and adhering to the commitments easy.

    Small Teams

    A small deliverable is made at the end of iteration.

    Small deliverables keeps the deliverables flowing periodically and also makes administration simple and manageable.

    Incremental Deliverables

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    Principles of Agile

    Lifecycle of SCRUM

    Sprint planning

    Daily

    ReviewSprint

    Sprint Retrospective

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    Principles of Agile

    Components of SCRUM - ROLES

    PRODUCT OWNER

    DEVELOPMENT TEAMSCRUM MASTER

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    Principles of Agile

    PRODUCT

    OWNER

    Sets the VISION ; Responsible for maximizing the business value delivered by the team Eye on market Knowledgeable , empowered and engaged Accepts and rejects work

    Managing the product BacklogCreation ManagementPrioritization Set clear expectation for acceptance

    Represent the desire to stake holders Manages stakeholders and sponsor expectation

    Motivates the team , celebrate success

    Components of SCRUM - ROLES

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    Principles of Agile

    Components of SCRUM - ROLES

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    Principles of Agile

    Makes sure SCRUM is understood by team and enactedA servant-leaderFacilitating the scrum ceremoniesCoaching the team in self-organization and cross-functionalityRemoving impediments to the development teams progressBringing in changes that increases the team productivityWorking with other Scrum masters in the for effective scrum in org Teaching the development team scrum

    SCRUM

    MASTE

    R

    Components of SCRUM - ROLES

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    Principles of Agile

    Deliver high quality potentially shippable increments Cross functional and self-organizingConvert product backlogs into increments of working softwareOptimal size of development team 6(+/-) 3 Scrum recognizes no titles other than Developer Accomplish sprint goal

    DEVELOPMEN

    T TEAM

    Components of SCRUM - ROLES

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    Principles of Agile

    Ordered list of everything that might be needed in the product.

    Single source of requirements for any changes to be made

    Evolves over time

    Product Backlog

    Subset of items from the Product Backlog selected for the Sprint plus a plan for delivering the increment.

    Forecast by the Development Team as to what will be in the next increment based on the Definition of Done

    Sprint Backlog

    Sum of all the Product Backlog items completed during this and all previous Sprints.

    A potentially shippable product

    Must meet the Definition of Done

    Increment

    A common understanding of what it means to complete a particular element for the Increment, including activities and workflow items necessary to move the element to the next state.

    Definition of Done

    Components of SCRUM - ARTIFACTS

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    Principles of Agile

    Inspect the Increment and adapt the Product Backlog if needed.Sprint Review

    Meeting

    Sprint Planning Meeting

    Develop the plan for transforming items from the Product Backlog into an Increment.

    Daily Scrum Meeting

    Synchronize the activities of the Development Team.

    Opportunity for the Development Team to inspect itself.Sprint

    Retrospective

    Sprint Heart of the Scrum process where a usable, Done, potentially

    shippable product is developed.

    Components of SCRUM - EVENTS

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    Principles of Agile

    SPRINT BACKLOG

    SPRINT PLANNING MEETING

    PRODUCT BACKLOG

    PR

    IOR

    ITY

    Other interested stakehold

    ers

    PO, Scrum

    Master , Dev Team

    Attended By:

    What PBIs can we commit to?

    What is our sprint goal?

    What tasks can we identify for each story?

    How long do we think each will take?

    Components of SCRUM - EVENTS

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    Principles of Agile

    DAILY SCRUM MEETING

    Synchronize the activities of the Development Team by answering three questions

    Purpose

    15 minutes, same time, same place every dayDuration

    Development Team

    Scrum Master (if required)Attendees

    What did I do yesterday to help the development team meet Sprint Goal?

    What will I do today to help the Development team meet the Sprint Goal?

    What impediments do I or the development team have to meet the Sprint Goal?

    Structure

    Shared knowledge of the Development Teams activitiesOutputs

    Components of SCRUM - EVENTS

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    DAILY SCRUM MEETING

    Update on activity done the previous day

    Update on activities planned for today

    Impediments

    Any new risks identified

    Solutioning solving technical or project problems during the Daily Scrum

    Late arrivals

    Changing meetings time and / or location

    Components of SCRUM - EVENTS

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    SPRINT REVIEW MEETING

    Inspect the Increment and adapt the Product Backlog if needed Purpose

    4 hours for a 1 month Sprint and proportionately less for smaller sprints, at the conclusion of the SprintDuration

    Product Owner

    Stakeholders

    Development Team

    Scrum Master

    Attendees

    Development team demonstrates what has been Done based on the PBIs and obtains agreement from the Product Owner

    Obtain feedback from the StakeholdersStructure

    Revised Product Backlog for the next SprintOutputs

    Components of SCRUM - EVENTS

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    SPRINT RETROSPECTIVE

    MEETING

    Opportunity for the Scrum Team to inspect itself and adapt processesPurpose

    3 hours for a 1 month Sprint and proportionately less for smaller sprints, immediately following the Sprint Review meetingDuration

    Development Team

    Scrum Master

    Product Owner

    Attendees

    Inspect the Sprint with regards to people, processes and tools

    Identify what went well and what needs to be improved

    Create a plan for implementing improvements

    Structure

    Improvements to the team to increase quality and productivityOutputs

    Components of SCRUM - EVENTS

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    Principles of Agile

    Components of SCRUM - EVENTS

    TWO WEEK SCRUM CYCLE

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    Principles of Agile

    SCRUM BOARD

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