again this video as a post. Have a look, it is worth the 18 min.
Die Moderationsmethode als Basis Werkzeug des ScrumMasters. weiterlesen →
Ken Schwaber und Jeff Sutherland called the result of a Sprint: „Potential Shippable Code.“ The idea was to present to customer and everybody else a piece of the product that worked. In their trainings both of them showed that a team needs to discuss with their Product Owner and with the management the „Level of … weiterlesen →
A Backlog Item is a defined as “Deliverables, Stories, Functionality Requirements”. A Backlog Item can be anything as long as the team understands that it has to have business value and is meaningful for the Product Owner.
While I was working on my backlog Yesterday, I tried to understand, what kind of project I am? A maintenance or ongoing project? A fix price, fix date? A time and material? A project with non-defined end-date and a continuous flow of requirements? Or maybe I am a product? A product that is already released … weiterlesen →
I found again some very interesting wrong interpretations about how Scrum works. Kenji Hiranabe and I discussed this point over a year ago before his second Kanban article for InfoQ. I argued and I believe Kenji concurred that Agile methods like Scrum are really small batch transfer push processes. There is no explicit pull system within … weiterlesen →
You do continous integration – but every release is still a big THING. You fear it, you sit there and you hope it will work. In case you are in this situation, you are obviously behind the next development in our industry. A friend reommended a posting to me that I liked so much, I … weiterlesen →