Scrum – what it is, how it works, and why it&039s awesome

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Below is a list of all the key ceremonies a scrum team could participate in:

  1. organize backlog: Sometimes known as backlog cleanup, this event is the responsibility of the product owner. The main jobs of the product owner are to drive the product towards their product vision and to have a constant pulse on the market and the customer. therefore, he/she maintains this list using feedback from users and the development team to help prioritize and keep the list clean and ready to work at any time. You can read more about maintaining a healthy backlog here.

  2. sprint planning: the work to be done (scope) during the current sprint is planned during this meeting by the entire development team. this meeting is led by the scrum master and is where the team decides on the goal of the sprint. then specific usage stories are added to the sprint from the product backlog. these stories always align with the goal and the scrum team also agrees that they are feasible to implement during the sprint. At the end of the planning meeting, each scrum member should be clear about what can be delivered in the sprint and how the increment can be delivered.

  3. sprint: A sprint is the actual period of time in which the scrum team works together to complete an increment. two weeks is a fairly typical length for a sprint, although some teams find that a week is easier to achieve or a month is easier to deliver a valuable increment. Scrum.org’s Dave West cautions that the more complex the work and the more unknowns, the shorter the sprint should be. but it really depends on your equipment, and you shouldn’t be afraid to change it if it doesn’t work! during this period, the scope can be renegotiated between the product owner and the development team if necessary. this forms the crux of the empirical nature of scrum. all events, from planning to retrospective, happen during the sprint. once a certain time interval is set for a sprint, it must remain constant throughout the development period. this helps the team learn from past experiences and apply that information to future sprints.

  4. daily or stand up scrum: This is a super short daily meeting that happens at the same time (usually in the morning) and place to keep it simple. many teams try to complete the meeting in 15 minutes, but that’s just a guideline. this meeting is also called a “daily meeting” and it is emphasized that it must be quick. The goal of the daily scrum is for all team members to be on the same page, aligned with the sprint goal, and come up with a plan for the next 24 hours. the stand up is the time to voice any concerns you have about meeting the sprint goal or any roadblocks. A common way to do a stand up is for each team member to answer three questions in the context of achieving the sprint goal: • What did I do yesterday? • what do I plan to do today? • are there any obstacles? however, we have seen the meeting quickly turn into people reading their calendars from yesterday and the next day. the theory behind stand-up is that it keeps distracting the small talk at a daily meeting, so the team can focus on work for the rest of the day. so if it becomes a daily calendar reading, don’t be afraid to change it up and get creative.

  5. sprint review: At the end of the sprint, the team meets in an informal session to view a demo or inspect the increment. the development team shows backlogs that are now “done” to stakeholders and teammates for feedback. the product owner can decide whether or not to release the increment, although in most cases the increment is released. this review meeting is also when the product owner reworks the product backlog based on the current sprint, which can feed into the next sprint planning session. For a one-month sprint, consider splitting your sprint review time into a maximum of four hours.

  6. sprint retrospective: the retrospective is where the team meets to document and discuss what worked and what didn’t work in a sprint, a project, people or relationships, tools or even to certain ceremonies. the idea is to create a place where the team can focus on what went well and what needs to be improved for next time, and less on what went wrong.

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