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Scrum

Scrum Framework

Scrum is a framework for complex product development. It originates, but is not restricted to IT. It was first presented to the public at the OOPSLA Business Object Design and Implementation Workshop in 1995 by Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber, and ever since optimized and updated. Key features of this framework are the 3 roles…

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Scrum Master

The Scrum Master (also spelled ScrumMaster) is a specific role in the Scrum framework. While the Product Owner focusses on the WHAT? of the development and members of the Development Team focus on the HOW? of the work, the Scrum Master focusses on the question How can we improve?. It is usually abbreviated by SM.

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Selforganization

Agile methodologies build on selforganized teams: they organize and manage themselves in a high performing way. Successful teams need to be diverse be stable be cross-functional trust each other have a good conflict and failure culture commit to their common goal take accountability focus on team results To become a real high performing team, teams…

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Simplicity

Simplicity is one of the principles of the Agile Manifesto. Simplicity is also one of the XP values. Simplicity means that we maximize the work that we do not do… and still deliver value to the customer, and still deliver a high quality product.

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Story Points

User Stories typically are estimated in so-called Story Points. This is a new, fictitious unit for estimation. For estimating the size of a User Story these dimensions are taken into account: Effort Complexity Risk   Story Points usually are limited to the simplified Fibonacci numbers: 1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 8 –…

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