Learn when to adapt your agile planning processes based on risk, constraints, and changing requirements.
- All Agile teams work in timeboxed iterations.…Most of the iterations team execute are development sprints.…These are self-explanatory.…You're building valuable increments of your product.…Some, though, can have a special purpose…to meet specific needs.…For instance, there are two iteration types…that are completely optional.…They're up to you and your team to decide if you need them.…They're iteration 0 and iteration H.…In iteration 0, you're setting aside time…to get the foundational elements set up completely…so in iteration 1, your first development iteration starts,…the team can immediately start building value…without distractions.…
In iteration 0, you'll be identifying resources,…setting up work spaces, setting up development…and test environments,…establishing the vision,…and doing your normal early planning.…This sprint can be as long or as short…as you need it to be.…For example, maybe you're setting up…a brand new team to complete a product…using a development language that's new to you.…During iteration 0, you'll identify your team,…
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- Agile principles and the agile mindset
- Defining valuable deliverables
- Engaging your stakeholders
- Collaborating across stakeholders
- Planning agile projects
- Troubleshooting projects
- Continuous improvement