Scrum Principles
Scrum Roles
Agile
The Scrum Process
Scrum Terminology
100
These allow the Delivery Team to receive constant feedback and forces inspection and adaption.
What are Regular Deliveries?
100
This person facilitates team decisions and ensures impediments are removed.
Who is the ScrumMaster?
100
In 2001 several software industry leaders gathered at Snowbird ski resort and published this document describing a now famous approach to software development.
What is the Agile Manifesto?
100
This high speed event usually lasts between 2-4 weeks.
What is a Sprint?
100
Texas Hold'em is a close cousin of this estimation tool.
What is Planning Poker
200
This principle describes project visibility and establishes trust among all project participants.
What is Transparency?
200
This is usually 5-9 people is size.
What is the Delivery Team?
200
This is the primary measure of progress for an Agile development team.
What is Working Software?
200
The prioritized list of user stories the delivery team commits to working on during a 2-4 week development cycle.
What is the Sprint Backlog?
200
The format is as follows: As a I want to so that
What is a User Story?
300
A delivery team is know as this if they have a high degree of autonomy and are responsible for the management of their own work.
What are Self Organizing?
300
This is the single, wringable neck.
Who is the Product Owner?
300
This is the ongoing effort to improve products, services, or processes.
What is Continuous Improvement?
300
Daily standing status meeting.
What is the Daily Scrum?
300
At the beginning of a project the Product Owner is responsible for defining this. The Delivery Team should refer back to this often for reinforcement.
What is the Product Vision?
400
A delivery team is known as this if they are comprised of team members who have all the skills necessary to complete their work.
What is Cross Functional?
400
These are the people who enable the project and for whom the project will produce the agreed-upon benefit(s).
What is Stakeholders?
400
The 2002 Standish Group study reported on 20% of features are used "often" or "always." This is a key reason why Agile projects focus on this.
What is Business Value?
400
A tool Scrum teams use to Inspect and Adapt at the end of every development cycle.
What is a Retrospective?
400
A collection of features to implement the vision prioritized by business value.
What is the Product Backlog?
500
Retrospectives is a Scrum practice that fulfills this Scrum Principle.
What is Inspect & Adapt?
500
These people are not fully committed to the project but do make contributions to the project.
What are chickens?
500
Waterfall projects have fixed requirements and usually negotiate Cost and Schedule. Agile projects negotiate this.
What is Scope?
500
At the end of development cycle the delivery team produces this.
What is a Potentially Shippable Product?
500
The number of story points that the team can complete in a given sprint.
What is an Velocity?
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