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Scrum: Step-by-Step Agile Guide to Scrum (Scrum Roles, Scrum Artifacts, Sprint Cycle, User Stories, Scrum Planning)

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Scrum: Step-by-Step Agile Guide to Scrum (Scrum Roles, Scrum Artifacts, Sprint Cycle, User Stories, Scrum Planning)

Scrum: Step-by-Step Agile Guide to Scrum (Scrum Roles, Scrum Artifacts, Sprint Cycle, User Stories, Scrum Planning) by Jason Bennett, Jennifer Bowen
English | November 12, 2018 | ASIN: B07KGBLLV2 | 51 pages | AZW3 | 0.19 MB

SCRUM
Do you feel inadequate when people in your professional circle rattle off Agile and Scrum concepts and ideas and you have no clue as to what is being discussed?

Have you been stumped by the various jargon technicalities used in Scrum processing?

Do you feel left out for not having sufficient knowledge of one of the most popular Agile processes used by professionals in a wide variety of industries? And do you want to change this scenario?
Well, then you have come to the right place. This book is written with the intention of creating a good understanding of how Scrum processes work, the tools and concepts used, and all the other Scrum aspects. This book promises to enlighten you on the following elements of Scrum:
  • What is Scrum?
  • What glossary is used in this product development framework?
  • What are the benefits of Scrum?
  • What are the various roles in Scrum processes? What roles do the product owner, the development team, and the Scrum perform? What are they accountabilities?
  • What kinds of tools and artifacts are used in Scrum? What are sprint backlogs, product backlogs, burn chart, and definition of done, and what is the importance of these artifacts in Scrum processing?
  • Explanation of sprint cycle, sprint planning meeting, daily scrum, story time, sprint review, and more; how to identify the characteristics of these tools?
  • What are user stories and how to structure them? Why are user stories important?
  • What are the Scrum Planning Principles? How the product roadmap is created using Scrum?
  • What is release planning and how to go about it? What is the iron triangle and how is it employed in Scrum?
  • What makes a great development team?
Scrum is becoming increasingly popular not only for software development but also in other industries. Professionals with knowledge of Scrum are preferred to those who do not know this process.