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“inspect” And “adapt” – Transparency And Scrum Implementation   By: mrugesh panchal
“Inspect” and “adapt” are the main principles followed in scrum, and for an effective implementation of scrum methodology into your projects, it is imperative that businesses and organizations maintain high levels of transparency. Increased transparency can lead to successful product increments and enhanced profit margins.(read entire article)
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Category : Hardware/Software

Agile Values In Scrum: The Important Principles And Values Of Scrum Explained   By: mrugesh panchal
Agile supports values which can help projects implementing scrum to produce successful and shippable products in the form of user stories through iterations known as sprints. The values are important and should be understood to understand the true essence of scrum methodology.(read entire article)
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Category : Hardware/Software

All About How To Hold Conventional And Non-conventional Scrum Meetings   By: mrugesh panchal
Meetings are an integral part of the scrum process. It is necessary they be held in the correct manner, and only when really required. Efforts should be made to learn or achieve something out of the scrum meetings. Find how one can hold effective and fruitful meetings in scrum.(read entire article)
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Category : Hardware/Software

An Introduction And A Brief Overview Of Agile And Scrum Methodology For Project Managers   By: mrugesh panchal
Agile and scrum framework can prove to be very beneficial to businesses. Managers should know more about scrum and how it operates to tap the full potential offered by the project development methodology. Artifacts such as the product backlog and the sprint backlog in addition to scrum meetings like the daily sprint, sprint retrospective, and the sprint review form the main base of scrum. It is important to know more about them.(read entire article)
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Category : Hardware/Software

An Overview Of Scrum Methodology   By: mrugesh panchal
The scrum framework is the most well known development methodology, and the most successful one too as compared to other Agile based methodologies. An overview of scrum methodology can help to avail a much better idea about the framework.(read entire article)
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Category : Hardware/Software

An Overview Regarding Scrum Methodology   By: mrugesh panchal
For majority of the software developers, Agile methodology does not require any prior introduction. It is widely known that Agile is a comparatively new addition in the field of project management, and was primarily developed to overcome the drawbacks offered by traditional developmental methodologies such as the Waterfall method, which included a linear approach while executing projects. Typically, traditional methods support a top-to-bottom approach of segregating the entire project into main development activities, and tackling them one after another in a sequential method.(read entire article)
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Category : General

Avoiding Product Backlog Pitfalls – Get The Most Out Of Scrum   By: mrugesh panchal
The product backlog is an important part of scrum. It should be properly created by the product owner when the project is initiated. Certain pitfalls can cause disruptions and improper implementation of scrum which can lead to reduced productivity and extended deadlines. It is important to know what these pitfalls are so they can be avoided.(read entire article)
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Category : Hardware/Software

Basic Objectives Of The Sprint Review Meeting In Scrum   By: mrugesh panchal
A sprint review meeting is held just after a sprint ends. The meeting usually lasts for four to eight hours. The duration of the sprint has a lot to do with how long the sprint review lasts, and its time is determined on the basis of the sprint duration. The most significant part of the sprint review is to demonstrate the user stories developed by the team during the daily sprints. Ideally, the team should not invest more than an hour in show casing their sprint activity to the product owner, since time is required to carry out other review related activities by the scrum team. In most cases, the review is held on the last day of the sprint, or the day immediately succeeding it, if it is a working day. The main purpose of the meeting is to exhibit the tasks to the product owner and the scrum master. The scrum master plays a passive role during the review, and is primarily responsible for facilitating the meeting rather than taking an active part in it. The product owner reviews the user stories developed during the sprint iteration, and verifies whether the product backlog items are developed in a manner such that they satisfy the acceptance criteria defined by the product owner when the product backlog is created by him or her during the project inception. Primary objectives of a sprint review meeting The objective of the review is to: • Display the work carried out during the sprint to the product owner. • Have the user stories accepted as “done” provided they fulfill the acceptance criteria. • Adjudge whether the development team has delivered work as per commitment. • Determine whether the tasks have been developed as per instructions given to the team members during the sprint planning meeting. • Find whether the team faced any problems while the sprint was underway. If so, what were they? • Support the self-learning feature of scrum and find what lessons can be learnt from the sprint just carried out. • Estimate the velocity of work carried out by the team during the sprint. • Decide how to proceed with the next sprint. Most of the times, Agile teams will ask the stakeholders to accept the work as “done” if the development satisfies the acceptance criteria, and the product owner gives the “green” signal. If the user stories are “shippable”, there is no reason why the investors and stakeholders should delay in accepting them as final and done. Even though there is an entirely separate meeting – the sprint retrospective meeting – to carry out the same activity, the basic intention is to save time during the retrospective, and utilize the “extra” time to discuss issues that are more important. Each event in scrum is time boxed. The team is always pressed for time, and tries to take the maximum benefit of available time.(read entire article)
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Category : Hardware/Software

Benefiting By Using Scrum Methodology In Projects   By: mrugesh panchal
Scrum can provide many unique solutions, which can help to streamline the project management process, and make project implementation much easier. For companies new to scrum, it is important to know something more about scrum methodology so it becomes easier to understand about the advantages offered, and how you can execute profitable projects.(read entire article)
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Category : Hardware/Software

Bharti Consulting Services Sarl, France Announces To Launch Open Source Scrum Tool By 31st November   By: mrugesh panchal
Bharti Consulting Services SARL, France announces to launch Open source scrum tool named as QuickScrum. Quickscrum Provides all functionalities related to scrum project management.. You will be able to download tool from our website or directly use it online (SaaS) at http://www.quickscrum.com.(read entire article)
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Category : Computer Programming

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