weergegeven: 1-5 van 13 resultaten
Agile

Product Backlog Refinement explained (3/3)

How to facilitate a Product Backlog Refinement meeting? What do you do as a Scrum Master to keep the item under refinement on track? When do you estimate and what do you do when you need more time for discussion? In this third post of this series on Product Backlog refinement you will find some good practices on how to facilitate an effective and efficient refinement meeting. This series consists …

Agile

Product Backlog Refinement explained (2/3)

What do you do during Product Backlog refinement? How do you prevent discussions going off track or in too much detail? Who should be there? When do you estimate? In this blog series, you will get some good practices and guidance for having better, more effective and more vivid Product Backlog refinement. This series will consist of three posts: Before you bring an item into a meeting What do you …

Agile

Product Backlog Refinement explained (1/3)

One of the most challenging activities in Scrum is Product Backlog Refinement. During training courses I get¬†many questions on this activity. What do you do during Product Backlog refinement? How do you prevent discussions going off track or in too much detail? Who should be there? When do you estimate? In this blog series, you will get some good practices and guidelines for having better, more effective and more vivid …

Agile

Magic Estimation Matrix – estimating effort and value in 15 minutes!

The best way to negotiate is with torsos angled, often at 90 degrees to one another. This avoids the face-to-face confrontational element whilst also allow looking at the other person’s face. This position enables having an open conversation. What we thought, would this approach also work with large group estimations on effort and value? But without the time-consuming conversations. There usually is a (un)healthy tension between those who are passionate …

Agile

The Introvert Product Owner

The second day of my Professional Scrum Master training we do a recap of the Scrum Framework, where one of the questions is: What characterises does a good product owner have?¬†Quite often people state that a good product owner is extrovert. Which may sound logical but in fact is not always the case. Raising the question: Can a good product owner be introvert? To be clear, an introvert person is …