Summary 2019-W40

If you missed any of the posts this week or want to read them again, here is a quick summary.

Before the summary of the week, here is a preview of my weekly 3-point Saturday newsletter.

If you haven’t already, join in…

Monday: The Daily Scrum

The Scrum Guide gives 3 examples of conversation starters for the daily scrum. They are around the sprint goal, not your specific work. The important thing is the team’s progress, not your personal one.

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Tuesday: The Sprint

The easiest Scrum event to understand, but the hardest one to master.

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Wednesday: The Retrospective

For me, without a doubt, the most important event in any sprint.
I find it so important, that I think we need to do it even when using other frameworks, like Kanban.

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Thursday: The Planning

Wait! What?
Planning in agile? Aren’t you guys all about not planning?
I knew it all along, Waterfall was right and this was just a fad.

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Friday: The Review

Scrum is a collaborative process that requires the stakeholders to work with the team. Without interaction with the key stakeholders, the communication line is broken, it always needs to pass via the P.O.

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Saturday: Saturday Reflection

Another full week is coming to an end, hope it has been as much fun for you as it has been for me.

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Cheers,

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