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Scrum Toolbox

Scrum Toolbox

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SCRUM - TOOLBOX

SCRUM – DEFINITION

A framework within which people can
address complex adaptive problems,
while productively and creatively delivering
products of the highest possible value.

Ken Schwaber / Jeff Sutherland

SCRUM – DEFINITION Properly implemented,
Scrum will:
Scrum is an agile method designed to add energy, focus,
clarity, and transparency to project planning and  Increase speed of development
implementation. Today, Scrum is used in small,
mid-sized and large software corporations  Align individual and corporate
all over the world. objectives

24 h  Create a culture driven by
performance
SPRINT
 Support shareholder value creation
1-4 WEEKS
 Achieve stable and consistent
communication of performance
at all levels

 Enhance individual development
and quality of life

SCRUM – DEFINITION

M

LIGHTWEIGHT SIMPLE TO DIFFICULT
UNDERSTAND TO MASTER

SCRUM – THEORY

TRANSPARENCY INSPECTION ADAPTION

 Main aspects of the process must be  Scrum users must frequently inspect  Process or the material being processed
defined by a common standard. Scrum artifacts and progress towards a must be adjusted if an inspection
Sprint Goal. determines that one or more aspects of a
 A common language that refers to the process deviate outside acceptable limits
process has to be shared by all  Inspections should not be so frequent that and the resulting product will be
participants. they get in the way of the work. unacceptable.

 A common definition of „Done“ for those  Inspections are most effective when  Sprint Planning
performing work and accepting the work diligently performed by skilled inspectors
product. at the point of work.  Daily Scrum

 Sprint Review

 Sprint Retrospective

SCRUM TEAM

SCRUM – TEAM

Scrum Teams are self-organizing and cross-functional

PRODUCT OWNER DEVELOPMENT TEAM SCRUM MASTER

A person responsible for maximizing the Consists of professionals who do the A person ensuring that Scrum is
value of the product and the work of the work for delivering a potentially understood and enacted. Sets up
releasable Increment of „Done“ meetings and monitors everything.
Development Team (Product Backlog product at the end of each Sprint.
and determination of priorities) Self-organizing, cross-functional

SCRUM – PRODUCT OWNER ROLES Incubator / Colocation
Joint backlog grooming
Vision and roadmap Joint meetings
Empowerment
Budget Personas
Feedback
Business model Data through exposing
Revenues sources increments to user

Cost structure
Channels

User stories and sketches
Product backlog / product canvas

SCRUM – SCRUM MASTER ROLES Meetings / Scrum Principles
Team’s release planning
Face to face communication Team bonding activities
Team’s self organization Definition of Done

Transparency / Openness Continuous self-learning
Adaptability of change Coach / Consult team
Exchange experience / Feedback
Monitoring & Tracking Supporting team monitoring metrics
(Burndown Chart / Status Boards)
Mediate and resolve Conflicts
Management reporting, Shield of the team
performance feedback and Protect team of impediments
and obstacles from outside
process improvement
Maintaining Scrum tool

Appreciate great work
Take pride in the good work done

Celebrate success

SCRUM – TEAM • Coaching in self-organization and teamwork and removing
impediments from the Development Team
Supporting activities
• Helps the Development Team to create high-value products
• Facilitates Scrum implementation

PRODUCT OWNER DEVELOPMENT TEAM SCRUM MASTER ORGANIZATION

• Finding techniques for effective Product Backlog • Leading and coaching the organization in its Scrum
management adaption, planning Scrum implementation within the
organization
• Helping the Scrum Team understand the need for clear and
concise Product Backlog items • Helping employees and stakeholders understand and enact
Scrum and empirical product development
• Facilitates Scrum implementation

SCRUM – TEAM

Self-organizing and inter-disciplinary

PRODUCT OWNER DEVELOPMENT TEAM SCRUM MASTER

A person responsible for maximizing Consists of professionals who do the A person ensuring that Scrum is
the value of the product and the work work for delivering a potentially understood and enacted. Sets up
releasable Increment of „Done“ meetings and monitors everything
of the Development Team product at the end of each Sprint.
(Product Backlog and determination Self-organizing, cross-function

of priorities)

SCRUM – TEAM • Coaching in self-organization and teamwork and removing
impediments from the Development Team
Supporting activities
• Helps the Development Team to create high-value products
• Facilitates Scrum implementation

PRODUCT OWNER DEVELOPMENT TEAM SCRUM MASTER ORGANIZATION

• Finding techniques for effective Product Backlog • Leading and coaching the organization in its Scrum
management adaption, planning Scrum implementation within the
organization
• Helping the Scrum Team understand the need for clear and
concise Product Backlog items • Helping employees and stakeholders understand and enact
Scrum and empirical product development
• Facilitates Scrum implementation

SCRUM – EVENTS

Pre-described events are used in Scrum to create regularity and to minimize
the need for meetings not defined in Scrum

All events are time-boxed events with a maximum
duration

Once a Sprint begins, its duration is fixed and
cannot be shortened or lengthened

An appropriate amount of time is spent without
allowing waste in the process

SCRUM – SPRINT MAX.

Heart of the Scrum Process 4 WEEKS

Time Box of max. 4 weeks or less

During this period a „Done“, useable and potentially
releasable product increment is created

All Sprints have the same duration, a new Sprint starts
immediately after the conclusion of the previous one

SCRUM – SPRINT CANCELLATION

A Sprint can be cancelled before the Sprint time-box is over

Company changes direction or if market
or technology conditions change

Sprint goal has become obsolete

All „Done“ Product Backlog items are reviewed. If part of the work is
potentially releasable, the Product Owner accepts it. All incomplete Product

Backlog items are re-estimated and put back on the Product Backlog.

SCRUM – THE 5 DYSFUNCTIONS

Use SCRUM to remove team dysfunctions

• Always focus on individual performances than the whole team performance. Inattention
• Get easily distracted and lose achievement-oriented employees. to Results

• Encourage mediocre performance from the team members Avoidance of
and usually miss key deadlines. Accountability

• Lack motivation to complete the tasks on time.

• Create ambiguity about direction. Lack of Commitment
• Spend a lot of time on analysis.

• Hesitate to engage in healthy conflicts. Fear of Conflict

• Hiding weaknesses from each other. Absence of Trust
• Hesitate to request for help.

SCRUM – THE 5 VALUES OF SCRUM

Teams implementing the Scrum framework the right way, strongly adhere to its five values

Retaining focus, the teams pay close FOCUS
attention to the results OPENNESS
COMMITMENT
Being very open, the teams hold COURAGE
each other accountable RESPECT

Being committed, the team members ensure
that the whole team is committed

Having the courage to engage each other,
the team members involve in healthy conflicts

The team members earn respect by building
trust among the teams

SCRUM PROCESS

SCRUM – PROCESS (3D)

SCRUM – PROCESS (3D)

PRE-GAME STAGING DEVELOPMENT SPRINTS WRAPPER SPRINT
SPRINT

SCRUM – PROCESS (3D)

SCRUM – PROCESS

Inputs from End-Users, BURNDOWN / UP DAILY STANDUP
Customers, Team and CHARTS MEETING

Stakeholders SCRUM MASTER

PRODUCT
BACKLOG
REFINEMENT

Every
24h

PRODUCT OWNER THE TEAM REVIEW

1 SELECTS HOW SPRINT
2 MUCH TO
3 COMMIT To Do 1-4 WEEKS
4 BY SPRINT’S END
5 FINISHED WORK
6 SPRINT
7 PLANNING RETROSPECTIVE
8 MEETING

PRODUCT SPRINT Sprint end date, goal and team
BACKLOG BACKLOG deliverable do not change

SCRUM – PROCESS

From product planning to “shippable increment”

SPRINT 24h

SHIPPABLE
INCREMENT

SCRUM – PROCESS 24h

SPRINT BACKLOG

• Features assigned to Sprint
• Estimated by team
• Team Commitment

SPRINT

TIME-BOX

PRODUCT BACKLOG WORKING CODE READY
BACKLOG TASKS FOR DEPLOYMENT

SPRINT PLANNING MEETING DAILY SCRUM MEETINGS SPRINT REVIEW MEETINGS

• Review Product Backlog • Done since last meeting • Demo features to all
• Estimate Sprint Backlog • Plan for today • Retrospective on the Sprint
• Commit • Accelerators / Roadblocks
adjustments

SCRUM – PROCESS 24h

SPRINT BACKLOG

• Features assigned to Sprint
• Estimated by team
• Team Commitment

SPRINT

TIME-BOX

PRODUCT BACKLOG WORKING CODE READY
BACKLOG TASKS FOR DEPLOYMENT

SPRINT PLANNING MEETING DAILY SCRUM MEETINGS SPRINT REVIEW MEETINGS

• Review Product Backlog • Done since last meeting • Demo features to all
• Estimate Sprint Backlog • Plan for today • Retrospective on the Sprint
• Commit • Accelerators / Roadblocks
adjustments

SCRUM – PROCESS DAILY STANDUP
MEETING
Inputs from End-Users, REVIEW
Customers, Team and
FINISHED WORK
Stakeholders
RETROSPECTIVE
SCRUM MASTER

24h

PRODUCT OWNER THE TEAM

1 SELECTS HOW TASK SPRINT
2 MUCH TO BREAKOUT
3 1-4 WEEKS
4 PRIORITIZED COMMIT To Do BY SPRINT
5 FEATURE SPRINT’S END BACKLOG
6 LIST
7 SPRINT
8 PLANNING
MEETING
PRODUCT BACKLOG
Sprint end date, goal and team
deliverable do not change

SCRUM – PROCESS

Sprint includes Sprint Planning, Daily Scrums, Development & Test and Sprint Review

• Feedback AGILE
• Self-reflection COACH
• Celebration
• Improvement SPRINT 24h SCRUM
TEAM
• Product increment 4 WEEKS SCRUM MASTER
• Product integration • Planning
• Sprint Backlog
• Distribution of workstations
• Building of product backlog
• Configuration of development

environment

INITIAL PHASE WORKING INCREMENT

PRODUCT OWNER

SCRUM – PROCESS

Agile Scrum method at a glance

VISION

PRODUCT BACKLOG SPRINT PLANNING SPRINT BACKLOG
DAILY SCRUM
STAKEHOLDER RETROSPECTIVE NEW FUNCTIONALITY
PRODUCT OWNER
SCRUM MASTER

TEAM

SCRUM – ROLES SCRUM PROCESS
ROLES
SCRUM
ROLES This is a placeholder text. This text can
be replaced with your own text.
STAKEHOLDERS
USERS The text demonstrates how your own
TEAM text will look when you replace the
MEMBERS placeholder with your own text.

If you don’t want to use the style and
size of the fonts as used in this
placeholder it is possible to replace it
by selecting different options.

SCRUM – PROCESS

SPRINT DAILY SCRUM /
PLANNING DAILY WORK
MEETING

PREPARATION

• Business case & funding UPDATE RELEASE n
• Contractual agreement PRODUCT
• Vision BACKLOG PRODUCT
• Initial product backlog OWNER
• Initial release plan SCRUM PRODUCT
• Stakeholder buy-in PROCESS INCREMENT
• Assemble team

PRODUCT SPRINT SCRUM
BACKLOG RETROSPECTIVE MASTER

IMPEDIMENT PRODUCT BACKLOG SPRINT TEAM
LIST BURNDOWN REVIEW MEMBERS

PRODUCT BACKLOG SPRINT USERS
DELTA REPORT BACKLOG STAKEHOLDERS

SPRINT
BACKLOG
BURNDOWN

SCRUM – PROCESS OVERVIEW

SPRINT DAILY SCRUM / SPRINT PLANNING
PLANNING DAILY WORK MEETING
MEETING
The work to be performed during the
UPDATE Sprint is planned at the Sprint Planning
PRODUCT Meeting. Collaborative work of the
BACKLOG entire Scrum Team leads into a working
plan.
SCRUM PRODUCT
PROCESS INCREMENT What can be delivered in the Increment
resulting from the upcoming Sprint?
SPRINT
RETROSPECTIVE How will the work required to deliver
the Increment be achieved?

SPRINT
REVIEW

SCRUM – PROCESS OVERVIEW

SPRINT DAILY SCRUM / DAILY SCRUM CYCLE /
PLANNING DAILY WORK DAILY WORK
MEETING
The Daily Scrum is a 15-minute time-
UPDATE boxed event for the Development Team
PRODUCT to synchronize activities and create a
BACKLOG plan for the next 24 hours. Team
members explain:
SCRUM PRODUCT
PROCESS INCREMENT What did I do yesterday that helped the
Development Team meet the Sprint
SPRINT Goal?
RETROSPECTIVE
What will I do today to help the
SPRINT Development Team meet the Sprint
REVIEW Goal?

Do I see any stumbling blocks that
prevent me or the team from meeting
the Sprint Goal?

SCRUM – PROCESS OVERVIEW

SPRINT DAILY SCRUM / PRODUCT INCREMENT /
PLANNING DAILY WORK FINISHED WORK
MEETING
The Increment is the sum of all the
UPDATE Product Backlog items completed
PRODUCT during a Sprint, including the value of
BACKLOG the Increments of all previous Sprints.
At the end of a Sprint, the new
SCRUM PRODUCT Increment must be „Done“.
PROCESS INCREMENT
The product must be in a useable
SPRINT condition regardless of whether the
RETROSPECTIVE Product Owner decides to actually
release it.

SPRINT
REVIEW

SCRUM – PROCESS OVERVIEW

SPRINT DAILY SCRUM / SPRINT REVIEW
PLANNING DAILY WORK
MEETING A Sprint Review is held at the end of a
Sprint to inspect the Increment and
UPDATE adapt the Product Backlog if needed.
PRODUCT During this meeting, the Scrum Team
BACKLOG and stakeholders collaborate about
what was done in the Sprint.
SCRUM
PROCESS The Sprint Review is an informal
meeting, not a status meeting.

PRODUCT
INCREMENT

SPRINT
RETROSPECTIVE

SPRINT
REVIEW

SCRUM – PROCESS OVERVIEW

SPRINT DAILY SCRUM / SPRINT RETROSPECTIVE
PLANNING DAILY WORK
MEETING The Sprint Retrospective is an
opportunity for the Scrum Team to
UPDATE inspect and create a plan for
PRODUCT improvement to be carried out during
BACKLOG the next Sprint. The Sprint
Retrospective occurs after the Sprint
SCRUM PRODUCT Review and prior to the next Sprint
PROCESS INCREMENT Planning.

Purpose: Inspect how the last Sprint
went with regard to people,
relationships, process and tools.

SPRINT
RETROSPECTIVE

SPRINT
REVIEW

SCRUM – PROCESS OVERVIEW

SPRINT DAILY SCRUM / UPDATE PRODUCT
PLANNING DAILY WORK BACKLOG
MEETING
The Product Backlog is an ordered list
UPDATE of everything that might be necessary
PRODUCT in the product. It is the single source of
BACKLOG requirements of any changes to be
made to the product.
SCRUM PRODUCT
PROCESS INCREMENT The Product Backlog is dynamic, it is
never complete. It constantly changes
to identify what the product needs to
be appropriate, competitive and useful.

SPRINT
RETROSPECTIVE

SPRINT
REVIEW

SCRUM – PROCESS OVERVIEW

PRE-GAME (PHASE 1) MID-GAME (PHASE 2) POST-GAME (PHASE 3)

DEVELOP

PLANNING & WARP
HIGH LEVEL DESIGN
CLOSURE

ADJUST

REVIEW

SCRUM BOARD

SCRUM – COMMAND-AND-CONTROL VS. SELF-ORGANIZING

COMMAND AND CONTROL SELF-ORGANIZING TEAM

PROJECT SCRUM BOARD
MANAGER

Command: To Do OnGoing Done
Work assigned to the team

Control:
Project manager constantly
monitoring project progress
and updating plan

Everyone plans together
and takes on the work
that needs to be done
during the sprint

SCRUM – BOARD To Do LIST EMPTY
DOES NOT CHANGE QUEUES
WORK SELECTED
UPFRONT

To Do OnGoing Done To Do OnGoing Done To Do OnGoing Done

12 4 12 12
3 53 3

4 4
5 5

NO RESTRICTIONS TO THE ALL WORK DONE
NUMBER OF ONGOING ITEMS

SCRUM – BOARD Ongoing Done

To Do Description

Description  text
text Description
 text
Description Description Description Description
text text text  text

Description Description Description Description
text text text text

Description Description
text text

SCRUM – BOARD Ongoing Done

To Do Description

Description  text
text Description
 text
Description Description Description Description
text text text  text

Description Description Description Description
text text text text

Description Description
text text

SCRUM – BOARD

Story To Do In Progress To Verify Done

User need to Description Description Description Description Description
have the ability to… text text text text text

Description Description Description
text text text

User need to Description Description Description
have the ability to… text text text
Description
text Description
text

Task box colors according to priority

SCRUM – BOARD

To Do Ongoing Done Sprint Goal: Beta-Ready Release

DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Description BURNDOWN CHART
text
Description Description
text text 2000
1800
Description Description Description Work Remaining 1600
text text text 1400
1200
DESCRIPTION 1000 Projected
Finish
Description 800
text 600
400
200

0

1 Time 5 10 15

UNPLANNED ITEMS NEXT

Description
text
Description
text
Withdraw

SCRUM – BOARD

Stories To Do Ongoing Done

User need to DESCRIPTION Description DESCRIPTION Description Description
have the ability to… text text text
Description Description
text text Description
text
Description Description
text text Description
text
User need to DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION
have the ability to… Description
Description Description Description text
text text text

SCRUM TEMPLATES

SCRUM – PRODUCT BACKLOG TEMPLATE

Prio Description Time (estimate) Company value

1 Description Task 1 2 50
2 Description Task 2 14 80
3 Description Task 3 1 40
4 Description Task 4 - 25
5 Description Task 5 5 30
6 Description Task 6 7 25
7 Description Task 7 2 10

The order of the entries determines the priority determined based on the business value
and respectively associated with a request risk.

SCRUM – PRODUCT BACKLOG TEMPLATE

SPRINT ID Backlog Item Owner Estimate (days) Remaining (days)

1 1 Task Description 1 TB 1 1
1 2 Task Description 2 TB 4 4
1 3 Task Description 3 TB 16 16
1 4 Task Description 4 AC 10 10
1 5 Task Description 5 FH 4 4
6 Task Description 6 AC 6 6
7 Task Description 7 AC 8 8
8 Task Description 8 TB 2
9 Task Description 9 BB 1
10 Task Description 10 TB 1
11 Task Description 11 BB 1
12 Task Description 12 AC 1

SCRUM – PRODUCT BACKLOG TEMPLATE

!!! ID Backlog Item Assigned to Due Status Hours

Estimate Actual

1 Task Description 1 None Day 10 Open 82
2 Task Description 2 TB Day 8 Open
3 Task Description 3 Day 12 Open 43
4 Task Description 4 None None Open
5 Task Description 5 None None Open 40
6 Task Description 6 None Open
7 Task Description 7 FH None Open 20
8 Task Description 8 AC None Open
9 Task Description 9 None None Open 10
10 Task Description 10 None None Open
11 Task Description 11 None None Open 20
None Total
None 40

20

27 5

SCRUM – IMPEDIMENT LIST TEMPLATE

Prio Description From Date Status Comments (Scrum Master)

1 After starting the Sprint, each team TB 14.02. Pending Comment
member can add Impediments
(Blocker) to the list. AC 10.02. Comment

2 The Scrum Master is responsible LA 08.02. Comment
for the removal of this blocker. TB 05.01 Comment
AC 22.01.
3 Impediment description 3 FH

4 Impediment description 4

5 Impediment description 5

6 Impediment description 6

7 Impediment description 7


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