Initiating a Project
- Identify the Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Development Team.
- Create the initial Product Backlog based on stakeholder input and requirements.
- Conduct an initial Sprint Planning to kick off the first sprint.
- Sprint Planning: Define sprint goal and select backlog items.
- Daily Scrum: Coordinate work and address impediments.
- Development: Complete backlog items and refine the increment.
- Sprint Review: Gather feedback on the increment.
- Sprint Retrospective: Reflect on the sprint and plan improvements.
Use the Sprint Burndown Chart to track the team's progress throughout the sprint. It shows remaining work over time, aiding in predicting whether the team will complete the sprint goal.
Delivering the Increment
At the end of each sprint, the team presents the potentially releasable increment during the Sprint Review. The Product Owner decides whether to release it or continue refining.
Teams continuously enhance their processes based on Sprint Retrospectives. This iterative approach leads to improved productivity, quality, and collaboration.