Brent, Justin, Marcos, and Mark discuss our next Agile myth: “Agile is just for software”
Brent, Patrick, and Ronnie start a series on Agile myths with a discussion on how Agile is “faster”
Brent and Alex discuss Respect, the final in a series on Scrum Values
Brent and Danielle talk about Openness in the fourth of the Scrum Value series
Here is the list discussed in Episode 28 on Burndown Patterns:
Add Things/Remove Things
Not enough refined in the Backlog
Change in priority from stakeholders
Committing to something that’s known to be blocked
Estimations off in either direction
Not enough time spent in planning to know technical details
No acceptance criteria
No Definition of Ready or Definition of Done for the item
Don’t Finish Everything/Finish too early
Not watching Work in Progress – started too many things
Work not accounted for in sprint planning
Bad or no capacity planning
Chronically under/overcommit – fear culture
Other relevant teams not included in sprint planning
Last Minute Fire Drill For Team
Other relevant teams not viewed as team members
Other teams (e.g. DevOps) not considered
Poor strategic planning
Scrum Master not protecting the team
Product Owner not empowered
Sprint is waterfall
Brent and Mark discuss things that burndown patterns might tell you.
Join Brent, Marcos, Mark, and Patrick on a conversation about positive PO behaviors.
Join Brent, Mark, Patrick, Cara, Christin, Marcos, Robert, and Ryan in a conversation about the first 25 episodes. This is a special edition and longer than normal.
Brent, Mark, and Patrick discuss a meeting we all call the “Three Amigos” but have different reasons for holding.
Brent, Mark, and Patrick talk about Shu Ha Ri