Join Doug Rose for an in-depth discussion in this video Running agile meetings, part of Agile at Work: Driving Productive Agile Meetings.
- There are five well established activities in Scrum.…They are the Standup, Planning, Refining,…Demoing and Improving.…Each of these activities should produce an outcome.…Each activity is lightweight, but has a tight agenda.…Four of the five are limited to a maximum time.…If you're the Scrum master for the team,…make sure you understand all these activities…and their expected results.…In the beginning of the project,…most of the Scrum masters time…will be safeguarding these activities.…
The Scrum activities should have the fewest…number of people.…Everyone should be focused on achievable results.…In traditional meetings, there's a tendency…to make sure everyone has a voice.…When a project overlaps with a department,…then you need to invite a representative to join.…In Agile, the activities strive to become smaller…and shorter.…That's why the agenda for these activities…is limited in time and scope.…These constraints should be followed by the whole team.…The most frequent of the five actvities…is the Daily Standup.…
In this course, agile expert Doug Rose outlines how to make agile meetings as productive as possible. He provides guidance on common activities such as release planning, daily stand-ups, sprint planning, and product demos. Throughout the course, learn about common meeting pitfalls and the challenges of keeping activities on track.
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