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Scrum for Full-Scale Manufacturing

Scrum for Full-Scale Manufacturing

Scrum for full-scaling manufacturing is a groundbreaking agile discipline that combines Scrum with modular architecture and Lean/XP practices. This framework enables those who work with hardware to enjoy the same benefits that agile software teams have enjoyed for decades. R&D shops consistently produce quality prototypes up to eight times faster with Extreme Manufacturing (XM) when compared ...

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Yesterday’s Weather

Yesterday’s Weather

Yesterday’s Weather is a Scrum pattern that helps Teams quickly calculate how many Points they will likely complete in the upcoming Sprint. The name comes from the fact that the best predictor of today’s weather is yesterday’s weather. In most cases, the number of Points completed in the last Sprint is the most reliable predictor of how ...

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Scrum at Scale Part II

Scrum at Scale Part II

Scrum Inc.'s Alex Brown and Jeff Sutherland present Scrum at Scale Part II - an object-oriented model for scaling Scrum across the business. The modular approach allows for the overall system to work together even if individual modules aren't agile. This allows the framework to support many different contexts verses other more "tightly coupled" ...

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Definition of Done

Definition of Done

Each Scrum Team has its own Definition of Done. What matters is that each Team has a shared definition that every one understands. The Team's Definition of Done is used to assess when work on a User Story has been completed.Here’s one example: “Done means coded to standards, reviewed, implemented with unit Test-Driven Development ...

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