Scrum Principles Scrum Roles Agile The Scrum Process Scrum Terminology

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What are Regular Deliveries?
These allow the Delivery Team to receive constant feedback and forces inspection and adaption.

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Who is the ScrumMaster?
This person facilitates team decisions and ensures impediments are removed.

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What is the Agile Manifesto?
In 2001 several software industry leaders gathered at Snowbird ski resort and published this document describing a now famous approach to software development.

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What is a Sprint?
This high speed event usually lasts between 2-4 weeks.

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What is Planning Poker
Texas Hold'em is a close cousin of this estimation tool.

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What is Transparency?
This principle describes project visibility and establishes trust among all project participants.

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What is the Delivery Team?
This is usually 5-9 people is size.

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What is Working Software?
This is the primary measure of progress for an Agile development team.

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What is the Sprint Backlog?
The prioritized list of user stories the delivery team commits to working on during a 2-4 week development cycle.

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What is a User Story?
The format is as follows: As a I want to so that

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What are Self Organizing?
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.

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Who is the Product Owner?
This is the single, wringable neck.

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What is Continuous Improvement?
This is the ongoing effort to improve products, services, or processes.

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What is the Daily Scrum?
Daily standing status meeting.

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What is the Product Vision?
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.

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What is Cross Functional?
A delivery team is known as this if they are comprised of team members who have all the skills necessary to complete their work.

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What is Stakeholders?
These are the people who enable the project and for whom the project will produce the agreed-upon benefit(s).

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What is Business Value?
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.

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What is a Retrospective?
A tool Scrum teams use to Inspect and Adapt at the end of every development cycle.

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What is the Product Backlog?
A collection of features to implement the vision prioritized by business value.

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What is Inspect & Adapt?
Retrospectives is a Scrum practice that fulfills this Scrum Principle.

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What are chickens?
These people are not fully committed to the project but do make contributions to the project.

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What is Scope?
Waterfall projects have fixed requirements and usually negotiate Cost and Schedule. Agile projects negotiate this.

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What is a Potentially Shippable Product?
At the end of development cycle the delivery team produces this.

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What is an Velocity?
The number of story points that the team can complete in a given sprint.

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