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How to focus on creating value?

July 21, 2017
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How to focus on creating value?

The Scrum framework is driven by the goal of delivering maximum business value in a minimum time span. To achieve this practically, Scrum believes in iterative development of deliverables. In most complex projects, the customer may not be able to define very concrete requirements or is not confident of what the end product may look…

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Core and Non-core Roles in Scrum

July 20, 2017
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Core and Non-core Roles in Scrum

Central to the success of a Scrum project are the people or employees working on the project, and coordination between them. To ensure coordination and harmony within the scrum team, it is necessary to clearly define the roles and responsibilities of the Scrum team members. The roles in scrum teams fall into 2 major categories…

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Who are Stakeholders?

July 20, 2017
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Who are Stakeholders?

The term stakeholder creates a lot of confusion in Scrum. Usually the term is confused with the responsibilities of a Product Owner. Let us now clear all the confusion around it. Best definition of stakeholders is that they have legitimate interest in the project and another important point to be noted is that stakeholders are…

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Roles and Responsibilities of a Scrum Master

July 19, 2017
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Roles and Responsibilities of a Scrum Master

The first thing we have to be sure when dealing with SCRUM master is whether they have a full time Scrum masters, and the second question we have to ask is if what do they do? We usually don’t find a full time scrum master.  Scrum master is described by scrum guide as one who teaches, facilitates…

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Is ‘Change’ accepted in Scrum?

July 19, 2017
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Is ‘Change’ accepted in Scrum?

Every project, regardless of its method or framework is exposed to change. It is imperative that project team members understand that the Scrum development processes are designed to embrace change. Organizations should try to maximize the benefits that arise from change and minimize any negative impacts through diligent change management processes in accordance with the…

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Change management in Scrum Framework

July 18, 2017
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Change management in Scrum Framework

Depending on the industry and type of project, the priority of features and requirements for a project may remain fixed for significant durations of time, or they may change frequently. If project requirements are generally stable, there are typically only minor changes made to the Prioritized Product Backlog throughout development, and Scrum Teams can work…

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How to form a Scrum Team?

July 18, 2017
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How to form a Scrum Team?

Forming a Scrum Team, is nothing but another process in the Scrum Project. It is one of the 6 process in the Initiate Phase. In this process, Scrum Team members are identified. Normally the Product Owner has the primary responsibility of selecting team members, but often does so in collaboration with the Scrum Master. The…

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Is Value-Driven Delivery the Key to Scrum’s Success?

July 17, 2017
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Is Value-Driven Delivery the Key to Scrum’s Success?

One of the aspects of Scrum that attracts business stakeholders is the delivery of maximum business value in minimum span of time. To achieve this goal, Scrum is relies on the principle of value-driven delivery. Also, as projects involve collaborative effort to either create new products or services or to deliver results as defined in…

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How is Quality related to Scope and Business Value?

July 17, 2017
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How is Quality related to Scope and Business Value?

In Scrum, quality is defined as the ability of the completed product or deliverables to meet the Acceptance Criteria and achieve the business value expected by the customer. To ensure that a project meets quality requirements, Scrum adopts an approach of continuous improvement whereby the team learns from experience and stakeholder engagement to constantly keep…

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Confirming Benefits in Scrum

July 13, 2017
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Confirming Benefits in Scrum

Throughout a project, it is important to verify whether benefits are being realized. Whether the products of a Scrum project are tangible or intangible, appropriate benefit realization planning and verification techniques are required to confirm that the project deliverables with benefits and value are being created by the Scrum team members. So a well-structured benefit…

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