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All about Abnormal Termination

October 9, 2017
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All about Abnormal Termination

Cancellation of a Sprint is a rare phenomenon in Scrum. The Product Owner has the authority to cancel a Sprint anytime before achievement of the set Sprint goals. This is known as ‘abnormal termination’ of a Sprint. As a result of the abnormal termination, all the activities of that particular sprint are canceled. The most…

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Sprint Changes: Additions to a Sprint in Progress

September 14, 2017
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Sprint Changes: Additions to a Sprint in Progress

Scrum is a simple framework which beliefs in responding quickly to changes in business environment and the ability to respond to changes is one of the reasons that made Scrum popular. The Product Owner is responsible for getting the Product Backlog ready and prioritizing the items in the Product Backlog. The Scrum Master and the development team…

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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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All about Retrospect Sprint Meeting

July 3, 2017
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All about Retrospect Sprint Meeting

How is the Retrospect Sprint Meeting related to the ‘inspect-adapt’ aspect of Scrum? The Retrospect Sprint Meeting is an important element of the ‘inspect-adapt’ Scrum framework and it is the final step in a Sprint. All Scrum Team members attend the meeting, which is facilitated or moderated by the Scrum Master. It is recommended, but…

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