The Team Retrospective is one of the most valuable Scrum meetings and has one clear purpose, to identify at least one improvement that will be enacted during the next sprint. In this article, we’ll get you started on how to run a great Team Retrospective
Today, we focus on the daily stand up, a meeting held every day to ensure the whole team is aligned towards completing the sprint goal.
In part 2, I’ll bring in the concept of team retrospectives and how improving the team performance can be used to finish a large piece of work earlier.
Using a team of painters working for a fictional company called “Paint by Points Ltd”, I aim to help you understand how story points can be used to estimate how long something will take to complete.
Are you new to estimating with story points and want a quick introduction on how to do it? Do you currently use time based estimates and you want to try a different way? Or maybe you’ve been estimating with story points for a while and just wanted to see how someone else is doing it?
I started this site to help people who’ve been in a similar situation to me get a head start. One of the cornerstones of my site is to help people “Get Started with Scrum” as part of my Scrum 101 series. I’ll be posting regular updates to really get the ball rolling and I have […]