What Is The Role Of Management In Scrum?

What Is The Role Of Management In Scrum

As advocated by the Scrum Guide, the role of management is to “support the Product Owner with insights and information into high value product and system capabilities. Support the Scrum Master to cause organizational change that fosters empiricism, self­organization, bottom­up intelligence, and intelligent release of software.” When organizations make the switch from traditional development methods … Read more

What Are The Three Pillars Of Scrum?

What Are The Three Pillars Of Scrum

The Scrum methodology is based on the concept of empiricism. Within the empirical approach, we make decisions based on what we experience and observe. That means that we monitor our past experiences (for instance how we develop a peace of functionality) and if we see room for improvement, take this experience and adjust our course … Read more

What Are Stretch Objectives?

What Are Stretch Objectives

Back when I used to work in IT Consulting, a common theme we observed was that deliverables within our Sprints were always extremely close (and often delivered upon the last day). More often than not, this resulted in additional conflicts on the client site since the delivered Product Increment lacked certain functionality or simply failed … Read more