In this video, discover how to create a project charter.
- I once worked for an organization … on a large Agile project. … The project had started about six months earlier. … After I arrived I asked to see the project charter. … I figured that the charter is always a good way … to see the overall direction of the project. … One thing I immediately noticed … is there wasn't any success criteria to finish the project. … There was also no overall mission. … I asked about this and the scrum master said, … as long as they keep delivering value … the team would be successful. … In some ways the scrum master was right, … a key tenant of Agile is adapting to deliver value, … not predicting the value before your begin. … But there's a difference between the team's success … and the project meeting its vision. … I wasn't suggesting that a team should build a charter … to control the value. … The customer should create a formal charter … to set the initial direction … and record the project's reason for starting. … An Agile Charter should be an agreement and not a plan. …
- Explain how a sprint differs from a traditional project.
- Name three user roles.
- Define the acronym INVEST and explain its purpose.
- List three main sections of a project charter.
- Identify the benefits of planning poker.
- Recall the challenges associated with the sprint backlog.