Scrum: the weird parts
Scrum is a lightweight framework designed around the pillars of transparency, inspection, and adaptation. As players in the age of digital disruption, it’s our duty to move past the anti-patterns plaguing our organization by adopting an agile mindset and there is no better starting place than scrum.
This talk will dive deeper into some of the “weird parts” in scrum and how they relate to the three pillars of transparency, inspection, and adaptation.
Jeremy will distill some of the scrum concepts that tend to be a source of misunderstanding for beginners and advanced practitioners alike. Additionally, Jeremy will show us how to put these concepts into practice without throwing you too far into the deep end of the pool.
- the philosopher’s guide story points
- an idiots guide to forecasting your next release
- high performing teams: common signals
- a !false story about improving quality
- anti-patterns: common smells
Location: This will be a virtual meeting - Meeting information will be emailed May 27th; 1 day prior to the meeting.
Registration will close midnight Tuesday, May 26th
Members: Free, MUST register to get call in information
Non-members: $5, must register by May26th to get meeting call in information May 27th.