Chapter 1A - Intro, 6 Principles

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Scrum projects are impacted by ...

time
scope
cost
quality
resources
organizational capablities

Scrum is

Adaptive, iterative, flexible, fast

Scrum values

Transparency in communication, collective accountability, continuous progress

Scrum teams are

Self organized
cross-functional
empowered

Ideal Scrum team size

6-10 members

What are the benefits of scrum?

Adaptability
Transparency
Continuous feedback
Continuous improvement
Early & continuous delivery of value
Sustainable pace
Enables Change
Customer-centric - emphasis on business value

What are the phases of development?

1.) Initiate
2.) Plan and estimate
3.) Implement
4.) Review and Retrospect
5.) Release

What happens during the Scrum of Scrums?

1.) Updates on progress
2.) Discuss Challenges
3,.) Co-ordinate activities

What are the 6 Scrum principles?

1.)Empirical process control
2.) Self Organization
3.) Collaboration
4.) Value based prioritization
5.) Time boxing
6.) Iterative development

Empirical process control emphasizes

Transparency
Inspection
Adaptation

Self organization leads to,

Innovation
Creative environments
Shared ownership
team buy-in

Collaboration focuses on

Awareness
Articulation
Appropriation

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