Scrum Agile Analysis
Today a major challenge that is being faced by the Software Industries is their wiliness to choose and implement the current trending agile methodologies and how the framework can be implemented and make it running. When compared to the traditional approach of the Water fall model, where development is handled as a linear series of event from conception to production, I would recommend Scrum as its approach is granular and phase wise. The term “Scrum” comes from rugby. It refers to the Scrum as the motion of the entire team as a unit to push the ball towards the opposition’s goal. Scrum is the revolutionary innovation that can help transform how a company works, creates, plans and thinks. To …show more content…
All three together are called the Scrum Team.
The Product Owner knows the scope of the project. The Product Owner is responsible for the commercial success of the product to be developed and is therefore responsible for the return of investment of the development project or product. He or she works with the customers, users and stakeholders to consolidate the needs of the various stakeholders, and ultimately determines the scope and sequence of the delivered functionality in order to always deliver the best value. The requirements are captured in a list, called the Product Backlog. The Product Owner is also responsible for establishing a product vision which can be communicated. The aim is to show a rough goal: as what you are going to do, make or accomplish. The vision provides guidance to the Scrum team throughout the development of the product. The vision and the product backlog capture the “What?”, not the …show more content…
This is a open meeting where the team demonstrates what they were able to move to Done during the Sprint. This meeting actively drives product success, by getting inputs from Stakeholders and derive new features for future development. This ensures we will develop right product- the Sprint review creates the necessary product improvements.
Sprint Retrospective is the very last meeting in a Sprint. It’s purpose is to observe the process of the past Sprint. It is time boxed to one hour per Sprint week and involves the whole Scrum team. By the end of the meeting the team and the Scrum Master should agree on one process improvement that they will implement in the next Sprint. That process improvement sometimes called Kaizen, should be put into the next Sprint’s backlog, with acceptance tests.
Create and prioritize a Product Backlog, which has sorted list of requirements to be delivered in future. The Product Owner should consult with all stakeholders and the team to make sure they are representing both what people want and what can be built. Also, Sprint Backlog is created at the beginning of each sprint, when the development team pulls deliverables from the Product Backlog into the Sprint Backlog. The Development Team plans, select, clarifies and then commits to a Sprint goal which describes the expected delivery at the end of this Sprint and consists