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Succeeding With Agile: Software Development Using Scrum by Mind Map: Succeeding With Agile: Software Development Using Scrum
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Succeeding With Agile: Software Development Using Scrum

Leading a Self Organizing Team

Containers

Differences

Exchanges

Influencing Evolution

Becoming Agile is Hard

Why Transition is Hard

Why it's worth the effort

Spreading Scrum

Split and Seed

Grow and Split

Internal Coaching

Iterate Toward Agility

Use Scrum to Apply/Adopt Scrum

Improvement(Product) Backlog

Enterprise Transition Community (ETC) (The Team)

Sponsor (PO)

Form Improvement Communities

Pilot Project

Pilot != to decide to do it

Picking best pilot project

Manage Expectations

Overcoming Resistance

Skeptics

Saboteur

Diehards

Followers

Roles

Scrum Master

Product Owner

Team Member / Programmer

Technical Practices

Test Driven Development (TDD)

Refactoring

Collective Ownership

Continuous Integration

Pair Programming

Design: Intentional yet Emergent

Quality/Testing

Team

Two Pizza Team

Favor Feature Teams

Right People on the Team

Try not to multitask teammembers

Don't start a new project until it can be fully staffed

Product Backlog

Written Document Negatives

Use User Stories

Emergent Requirements are encouraged

Iceberg

Grooming

Why progressively refine

Should be 'DEEP'

Sprint

Keep Timeboxes

Never Extend

Don't Plan on Overtime to Salvage a Plan

Add Energy vs Overtime

Favor Scope Changes

Scaling Scrum

Scaling the Product Owner

Working w/ a Large Product Backlog

Proactively Manage Dependencies

Coordinate Work Among Teams

Scaling Sprint Planning

Cultivate Communities of Practice

Distributed Teams

Create Coherence

Get Together in person

Change How You Communicate

Outside Development Affects

Human Resources