SCALED AGILE f Scaled Agile Inc 5 37 SAFe Team Definition of Done Team

Scaled agile f scaled agile inc 5 37 safe team

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SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-37 SAFe Team Definition of Done Team Increment Stories satisfy acceptance criteria Acceptance tests passed (automated where practical) Unit and component tests coded, passed, and included in the BVT Cumulative unit tests passed Assets are under version control Engineering standards followed NFRs met No must-fix defects Stories accepted by Product Owner SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-38
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5.3 Plan the Iteration SCALED AGILE . - . · ,, Roleplay Accepting Stories into your Iteration At your table, select a Product Owner. The rest of your table represents the Agile Team. Roleplay how the team would demo the Acceptance Criteria for one of your stories, and have the Product Owner accept (or not accept) the story. Be prepared to share your learnings! PREPARE SHARE SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-39
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Iteration Goals Iteration Goals provide clarity, commitment, and management information. They serve three purposes: Iteration Goals example 1. Align team members to a common purpose 2. Align Program Teams to common Pl Objectives and manage dependencies 3. Provide continuous management information SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 1. Finalize and push last-name search and first-name morphology 2. Index 80% of remaining data 3. Other Stories: Establish search replication validation protocol Refactor artifact dictionary schema 5-42 Define and commit to what will be built in the Iteration The Product Owner defines what The team defines how and how much Four hours max Process Iteration Goals and backlog of the team's commitment Result Team commits to delivering specific value Business commits to leaving priorities unchanged during the Iteration Plan and commit Purpose SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-41
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Commitment Too much holding to a commitment can lead to burnout, inflexibility, and quality problems. Too little commitment can lead to unpredictability and lack of focus on results. Commit to the Iteration Goals A Team meets its commitment: By doing everything they said they would do. - Or - in the event that it is not feasible, they must immediately raise a red flag. Adaptability Team commitments are not just to the work. They are committed to other teams, the program, and the stakeholders. SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-43 Iteration Planning What activities are required for the PO? What activities are required for the PM? Capture ideas and share with the class PREPARE SHARE SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-44
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5.4 Execute the Pl SCALED AGILE . ··· · The Daily Standup The DSU is the key to team synchronization and self-organization, but is not a daily status meeting for management. It is used to: Share information about progress Coordinate activities Raise blocking issues Most importantly, ask, "Will we still meet our Iteration Goals and our commitment?" SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-48
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ART Sync Programs coordinate dependencies through sync meetings.
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  • Fall '19
  • Scaled Agile
  • acceptance testing, User story

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