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.
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.
Tuesday: The Sprint
The easiest Scrum event to understand, but the hardest one to master.
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.
Thursday: The Planning
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.
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.
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.