Some thoughts about how humans have a hard time spanning work over a long period.
Let’s start the week with one of favorite web show: Scrum comics! Working close together sometimes have some effect on our brain. Especially developers’ brain.
Time for another Scrum comics. Actually, it is not Scrum since it refers to a past memory with a clueless project manager assigned to my project.
Time for a new Scrum comics! Team velocity sometimes goes down. Time for changing the way we work together.
Let’s start the week with a fresh new Scrum comics. Not fully related to Scrum, but could still happen in a Scrum environment.
Here is another new Scrum comics creation. Confusion during Daily meeting. This one can only be told in French.
I am a big fan of Rage comics and memes. I am also a Scrum fan. Let’s mix them together. Part 1 of , I hope, several others to come.
July 2011. I attended a very good course in Boston labelled : Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO).Very interesting sessions BTW. Scrum But During this course, Ken Schwaber, one of the founder behind Scrum, talked about the Scrum But concept: the way some teams partially adhere to the Scrum organization principles. “We use Scrum but…”. Scrum And? While discussing this concept with the participants (and Scrum.org folks), I...
Mockups usage Scrum enforces a strong collaboration between the developers team and the Product Owner. By working on a single product backlog, where all requirements, bugs and impediments are stored, constantly updated and visible by all. This works great. However, some observations found during sprint planning sessions: Sometimes stories, requests and intentions are misunderstood by the developers team. Without visual support, the...
I have worked on several software projects where planning is hugely influenced by waterfall concepts. Which consist of: Hire some business/functional analysts to find and write ‘requirements’ and specifications Dividing the software in ‘modules’ Listing all tasks required to do this job ( generally this is done by architects or managers) Rough estimations of all these tasks GANTT charts! (They love them!) Budget...