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CHOW #96- A tricky Sprint Planning

CHOW #96- A tricky Sprint Planning

Ankit is a scrum master for a team. Their team is responsible for making small enhancements to their product. They also pick up some new features to be added to their product. Ankit’s team is Agile and they follow Scrum. As they have been following Scrum, they...
Re-boot your Sprint Planning

Re-boot your Sprint Planning

This blog is more to share an observation and get inputs from as many folks as possible on sprint planning: Often, teams do their sprint planning in the following way: 1. There are a set of stories (mostly) ready for an upcoming sprint.2. Hence, the teams estimate...
The Story Teller

The Story Teller

A backlog must resemble a good folktale- that people will talk about after they have listened to it, allowing freedom to interpret and be able to be told in multiple variations without changing the outcome. Product Owners play a direct role in creating backlogs that...
CHOW #85- Planning with a not so clear backlog

CHOW #85- Planning with a not so clear backlog

Amit is a lead for a team. His team has a clear charter to improve the quality of client engagement information available to their sales team. Towards this, the team is working with analytics and the latest in software – machine learning. The team is following...