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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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Optimising Product Delivery in Agile Projects

While these are required activities to deliver a Product, the foundations for getting an effective Product are laid long before defining the Requirements and assembling a Team for the Project. Effective Product delivery depends on Meeting the Customer’s expectations; bug-free Code should be part of the package, but first reward for the Customer is what…

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Maintaining Stakeholder Involvement in Scrum

This is since it is comprehended by all included that Product Development is complicated and incorporates lots of unpredictabilities and unknowns when the Project starts, which will need resolution along the way as Product understanding grows. The part that Stakeholders play in a typical Scrum Development is plainly specified, from Concept through to complete Product,…

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Utilizing Earned Value Analysis for Project Management

One of the essential challenges of Project Management is figuring out whether a Project is delivering the expected Value while the Project remains in progress. During the 1960s, the U.S. Department of Defence Developed a strategy called PERT (Project Estimation and Review Technique) that, together with CPM (Critical Path Method), provided an unbiased assessment of…

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Refactoring in Scrum – Is it Necessary?

Refactoring is the rather unknown term utilized to explain the activity of optimising Software Code. In the early days of Software Development, Refactoring was a provided, since storage was so pricey and inefficient Code was slow and vulnerable to error. If you consider that the early IBM mainframe, the IBM 360, only had 25k of…

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Managing Risk: Risk Mitigation

While Agile and Scrum are particularly targeted at reducing Risk, this does not mean that Risk to any Project can be neglected. The Risk Management process explained has much in typical with a lot of other Risk Management Frameworks, and, if your Company has embraced a specific Framework, it is suggested that you line up…

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Creating Task to Deliver Successful User Stories

The creation of User Stories is a critical element in the extraction of User Requirements in any Scrum Project. The Tasks are the structure blocks of a Sprint; Team members complete User Stories by taking one or more Tasks and completing them; the Daily Stand-Up Meeting is utilized to report on Tasks finished the other…

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Approximating and Planning Agile User Stories

For some Teams, Planning and Estimating User Stories is an Exercise they do not take pleasure in, particularly at the start of a Project. Even where the Product Owner has discussed the Project to the Team by describing the Epics and what they are anticipated to provide, there is a lot of unpredictability about just…

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Handling Communications in Programs and Portfolios

A Small Scrum Project with only one or 2 Teams has a distinct advantage over large, Traditional Projects when it comes to Communications. The Product Owner owns all Communications that are external to the Project, while the Scrum Master is responsible for convening Meetings for simply internal Communications, like the Daily Stand-Up Meeting, as well…

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An Introduction to Project Planning with Scrum

For those acquainted with Traditional Software Project Management, Scrum might seem Organised Chaos. For a start, how can you have a Project without a Project Manager? Although Scrum is a Collaborative Effort and does not have the Command-and-Control structure of Traditional Projects, its light and straightforward Framework is very reliable at taking a Concept and…

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Incorporating Scrum into Programs and Portfolios

Scrum is so well Documented for a common small Project, that it is reasonably simple to present it into a small-medium IT Business system. Already, larger Companies have actually discovered it a little a difficulty, specifically Companies with an established Project Management Office (PMO), Program Managers and one or more Portfolio Managers. The exact same…

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