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  • One of the fundamental concepts of Scrum is the team must deliver a potentially shippable increment of code each sprint. This increment must include complete slices of product features, and it must be "Done." Additionally, the increment…

  • The Burn Down Chart is a very simple tool use to monitor and show the progress of the current sprint. Is exposed in a public location so that any stakeholder can get the information on how the sprint is progressing against the initial plan. The…

  • It is essential for the Scrum process that the Scrum team has authority over the work they take on, and is allowed to focus on how that work is accomplished during the sprint. This enables the team to become self-organizing with no set leader. Over…

  • The Scrum development process is a series of sprints that are linked to each other, in a linear way. At the end of each sprint the product increment grows larger. Each sprint is built on top of the outcome from the previous sprint.Sprint duration is…

  • What is a Scrum Master? This role is sometimes quite difficult to understand and implement, especially for organisations with more traditional approaches in organising software development teams. That is because a Scrum Master is NOT a Team Leader…

  • The Product Owner is a key role in Scrum, but many organisations struggle to effectively apply it. As the name suggests, a product owner should “own” the product; he is responsible for ensuring that the product creates value for its customers and…

  • The Scrum Team is one of the three roles defined within Scrum Framework, together with Scrum Master and Product Owner.All work delivered to the customer is done by The Scrum Team. It consists on a set of individuals (not only developers as you might…

  • In the previous article we had a look on the Daily Scrum, a very important Scrum Practice but which can be easily applied in any non-Scrum project. In this article we will on how requirements are managed inside a Scrum project by using the…

  • The Sprint Backlog represents the list of tasks identified by the Scrum Team in order to complete all the work assumed for the current Sprint. The work assumed is represented by those items from the Product Backlog on which the team has agreed,…