Next episode of Scrum answered series is dedicated to Sprint. Can I once change length of the current Sprint? Yes, you can, but you should avoid it at all cost as this is one of the most destructive activities you… Read More »Scrum answered: Sprint
Third post of the Scrum answered series will be dedicated to Sprint Backlog. Sprint Backlog is only a part of the Product Backlog which we planned to do next Sprint, right? Not really, Sprint Backlog is much more. It is… Read More »Scrum answered: Sprint Backlog
This is the second post of the “Scrum answered” series. The first article covered Definition of Done and this time I would like to answer questions related to Daily Scrum topic. Should Product Owner attend the Daily Scrum? It’s a… Read More »Scrum answered: Daily Scrum
With this post I would like to start a series of articles under the name “Scrum answered”. In each article I will cover one Scrum topic and respond to questions which I was asked during my career as Scrum Master… Read More »Scrum answered: Definition of Done
That is the question. In practice it is quite rare to deliver hundred percent of the Sprint Backlog. In most cases when the Sprint ends there are still some Items left undone – those that do not fully meet your… Read More »To re-estimate, or not to re-estimate?
Let’s talk a bit about different approaches to the Scrum Master role. The most common of them are: 50% Scrum Master of one team, 50% Dev Team member. 100% Scrum Master of two teams (50% each team). 100% Scrum Master… Read More »Scrum Master dilemma
Let’s talk a bit about: quality vs quantity? I’ll anchor this debate in Scrum – so the main actors will be Product Owner and Development Team – however the same would apply to any other Agile framework. Imagine there are… Read More »Quality vs quantity