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Become a Product Owner

The Product Owner acts as the voice of the Customer and they are accountable for delivering Value to the Business. 

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Become a Scrum Master

The Scrum Master is accountable for removing impediments, enabling the Development Team to focus on delivering the Product Goals and deliverable's.

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Become a Scrum Developer

The Development Team is responsible for developing the product. They work on the product requirements defined in the form of User Stories

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Project Portfolio in Agile Organisations

A project portfolio is traditionally a collection of projects that an organization selects. These projects form a roadmap of work to accomplish. Most companies have requests from various business units. This creates a situation where there are more potential projects than funding available. Portfolio management involves the selection of projects that are well aligned with…

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Scrum Team Processes for Delivering Value

What are the Scrum Team Processes that help Agile Projects Deliver more Value? Development teams following the Agile Scrum framework use specific ceremonies and are part of a larger feedback loop that focuses on delivering value early and often via the inspect and adapt principles of scrum. A scrum team is composed of individuals who…

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Chief Product Owner in Agile Scrum Projects

Who is the Chief Product Owner? As with most new offerings, Agile scrum started with small projects. These projects could be easily broken down into components for delivery by one Scrum Development Team. As organizations have embraced scrum they have found the framework useful in the quick delivery of minimally viable products. Larger efforts are…

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Feedback Loops in Agile Scrum Projects

Feedback Loops are an important aspect of an Agile Scrum Project. The Scrum framework is built around the practice inspect and adapt feedback loops. Inspection, adaption, and updates happen throughout the lifecycle of product delivery. There are two feedback loops: Feedback by roles: Sponsor -> Stakeholder -> Product Owner -> Scrum Master -> Scrum Team…

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Scrum of Scrums Meetings And The Participants

What is the Scrum of Scrums and who is involved? The Scrum of Scrums ceremony can be used when there are multiple teams working on the delivery of a large and complex product. What is the purpose of a Scrum of Scrums? Who are the team members involved in a Scrum of Scrums and how…

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Risk Management Metrics – The Risk Burndown Chart

What are Risk Management Metrics and what is the Risk Burndown Chart? Traditional projects have extensive processes designed to mitigate risk. Risk registers, probability calculations and other tools are used by project managers to provide a visual set of metrics used in reporting. Risk is either accepted or mitigated. Risks can quickly blossom into issues…

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Managing Change in Agile Scrum Projects

How can we begin Managing Change in Agile Scrum Projects? The Scrum Framework is a series of recommended ceremonies, roles, and artefacts. Each item is designed to support a continuous model of inspect and adapt. The scrum framework was established to incorporate change quickly into a project with minimal disruption to the vision of the…

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Business Value in Agile Projects

What is Business Value and how does it impact Agile Projects? Deliverables that meet a standard of high quality in an Agile scrum project are defined as those that meet required business outcomes and acceptance criteria through a continuous cycle of inspect and adapt.   Quality can be further defined in two ways: That a…

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Functional Criteria & Acceptance Criteria

What is Functional Criteria and how does it impact Acceptance Criteria? When using the Agile scrum framework for the delivery of a product, quality can be defined in in one of two ways: That a product is fit for purpose and That a scrum team produces exactly that which they understand has been requested. Quality…

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Quality Control in Scrum Projects

Quality control in Agile scrum refers to the delivery of shippable features based on planned activities support quality delivery. Agile scrum embraces three areas that are important in the execution of planned activities to support quality control: Change Management Inspect and Adapt and Meeting the Definition of Done (DoD). Individuals with a strong awareness of…

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