Overview of Scrum Methodology Options

codeling 1247 - 5334
@2019-03-19 14:05:11

Disadvantage

 - Can be very demanding on the users' time

 - Testers are requred all the time instead of at the end

 - Can be intense for the team


codeling 1247 - 5334
@2019-03-28 09:11:50

During daily scrum meeting, team members tell each other 3 things.

  • What have I done yesterday?
  • What will I do today?
  • What keeps me from doing my work?

If there is any problem (an impediment in Scrum) the scrum master is responsible for solving this. The daily scrum meeting has a maximum time box of 15 minutes.


codeling 1247 - 5334
@2019-03-28 10:21:24

Scrum Master vs. Project Manager roles and responsibilities

Scrum Master is referred as a facilitator, who manages the teams that are implementing the Agile methodology. The roles and responsibilities of the Scrum Master includes:

  • Sprint planning 
  • Scheduling the daily Scrum meeting
  • Managing Scrum process responsibly
  • Helping the Scrum teams to follow Scrum practices
  • Removing barriers so the team can focus on their work
  • Assisting with the Product Backlog
  • Co-operating with Product Owner in designing Product Backlog items for the next Sprint
  • Protecting the team from external distractions
  • Recording and assisting to improve team dynamics

Project Manager roles and responsibilities:

Project manager’s role is to manage the projects and ensure that the project meets the requirements. The roles and responsibilities of the Project Manager are as follows:

  • Defining project scope to the team
  • Planning project target
  • Preparing the work schedule for the team members
  • Gathering requirements
  • Defining the resource requirements for the project
  • Preparing the budget for a project
  • Assuring quality
  • Mitigating the risks
  • Monitoring the plans
  • Getting user feedback
  • Managing relationships with the client and the stakeholders
  • Ending the project



codeling 1247 - 5334
@2019-12-12 08:45:19

The Scrum Alliance says:

Scrum is a simple yet incredibly powerful set of principles and practices that helps teams deliver products in short cycles, enabling fast feedback, continual improvement, and rapid adaptation to change.

Users browsing this topic
Guest