ll ri 11 lhll lhll a II uu Scrum of Scrums Visibility into progress and

Ll ri 11 lhll lhll a ii uu scrum of scrums visibility

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ll ri 11 lhll lhll ............ .... _.. . . . . a II uu Scrum of Scrums Visibility into progress and impediments Facilitated by RTE Participants: Scrum Masters, other select team members, SMEs if necessary Weekly or more frequently, 30 - 60 min. Timeboxed, followed by a 'Meet After' PO Sync Visibility into progress, scope, and priority adjustments Facilitated by RTE or PM Participants: PMs, POs, other stakeholders and SMEs as necessary Weekly or more frequently, 30 - 60 min. Timeboxed, followed by a ' Meet After ' SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, In c 5-49 Define the agenda for your ART Sync meeting. PREPARE SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. SHARE 5-50
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Sequencing Stories and Team Backlog Prioritization Primary economic prioritization happens at the Program Backlog. Agile Teams sequence work for efficient execution of business priorities. The Product Owner and the team sequence work based on: - Story priorities inherited from Program Backlog priorities - Events, Milestones, Releases, and other commitments made during Pl Planning - Dependencies with other teams - Local priorities - Capacity allocations for defects, maintenance, and refactors Initial sequencing happens during Pl Planning Adjustments happen at Iteration boundaries SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-51 How it's done: It is is not a single event but a continuous effort. The PO synthesizes input from Mgmt., subject matter experts, Customers, and other stakeholders as needed The PO always has: One to two Iterations of Stories High-level acceptance criteria A sense for capacity allocation and relative priorities within types The Backlog Refinement Session What it is: The backlog refinement session is a preview and elaboration of upcoming Stories. Helps the team 'sleep' on new Stories prior to Iteration Planning Provides enough time to identify and resolve dependencies and issues that could impact the next Iteration Creates strong process foundation for test automation and Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-52
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At your table, discuss the backlog refinement session, preparation, and guidelines for the Team Backlog Consider the following questions What does the PO/PM need to do to prepare? What is the PO/PM's involvement in these activities? SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, In c PREPARE SHARE 5-53 The Iteration Review: Two views The Iteration Review provides measures of progress into the program: 1. How we did on the Iteration Did we meet the goals? Story by Story review 2. How we're doing on the Pl Review of Pl objectives Review remaining Pl scope and reprioritize if necessary Attendees are the team and its stakeholders Ad hoc demos - Don't wait for the Iteration Review. Demo Stories when they are done. SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, In c. 5-54
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'( ··.. '" "" ' i Continuous Exploration Continuous Integration ··· ·········· Progra m Backlog •• I I I I I I I I : I I I I I I I I I I I System Demo every two weeks Demonstrate the full system increment to stakeholders every Iteration.
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  • Fall '19
  • Scaled Agile
  • acceptance testing, User story

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