Are you ready to convert your product roadmap to a release plan? In this video learn techniques to create a release plan easily.
- You've got your vision, themes and high-level…roadmap for your project.…You've already aligned your stories to your roadmap…and now it's time to estimate what you'll be releasing when.…That's what your release plan gives you,…an estimate of when functionality will be delivered.…When you host this meeting you'll need the PO,…scrum master, and the whole team to attend.…You'll also need any subject matter experts…and key stakeholders.…Your sponsor can join you if they like…but they're not required.…
This session will probably last an hour or two.…That might seem short but you're not…release planning the whole project.…You're only release planning the next three to six months.…I realize that may seem odd but remember in scrum…we're focused on doing just enough…and doing it just in time.…We don't want to spend a lot of time looking into the future…further than that window because we simply…can't accurately plan that far ahead.…We'd rather be accurate in the near-term…and plan those later time-frames as we get closer to them.…
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- Adding finesse to your scrum
- The product owner and scrum master roles
- The relationship between the product owner and scrum master
- Product owner as business representative
- Product owner as a team's business guide
- Scrum master as team advocate
- The forming and storming stages of team development
- Taking a team from norming to performing
- Scrum master as team guardian