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Process adjustments in Agile Scrum
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What exactly it is?

How processes are adjusted based on increments, inspect and adapt in SCRUM?
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As scrum is a framework, not a process, your question is not fully clear.
You can adapt tools and techniques within the framework.
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First of all please let me say that Scrum is a framework and Agile something does not exists. Because Scrum is a framework the power is you can fill it up with tools and techniques that best fit for your organization current situation. Scrum match with PMI´s PMBOK Guide. Just as a comment I performed conferences inside the PMI World Tour from 2010 demostrating how the most known methods/frameworks based on Agile (Scrum, DSDM, XP, TDD) match the PMI´s PMBOK Guide.
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Milind -

If you are talking about the processes of producing the product, then that is one of the many inspect & adapt feedback loops in most agile frameworks. With Scrum, an explicit example of such an event is the Sprint Retrospective - the improvement ideas coming out of that might be implemented right away in the next sprint. But self-organized teams don't wait for retrospectives to tune their processes - this also happens on an ongoing basis based on the feedback loops generated by the team's normal daily discussions.

Kiron
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1 reply by Milind Patil
Feb 07, 2019 8:58 AM
Milind Patil
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Kiron, please give an example of process adjustment.
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Feb 07, 2019 7:57 AM
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Milind -

If you are talking about the processes of producing the product, then that is one of the many inspect & adapt feedback loops in most agile frameworks. With Scrum, an explicit example of such an event is the Sprint Retrospective - the improvement ideas coming out of that might be implemented right away in the next sprint. But self-organized teams don't wait for retrospectives to tune their processes - this also happens on an ongoing basis based on the feedback loops generated by the team's normal daily discussions.

Kiron
Kiron, please give an example of process adjustment.
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1 reply by Kiron Bondale
Feb 07, 2019 7:00 PM
Kiron Bondale
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Milind -

Assuming we are talking about delivery processes, let's say the team has identified that the quality of their code is poor and many defects are making their way into systems/integration testing which should have been avoided.

Based on discussions during the retrospective, they could decide to try pair programming in their next sprint to see if it improves their code quality.

Kiron
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Feb 07, 2019 8:58 AM
Replying to Milind Patil
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Kiron, please give an example of process adjustment.
Milind -

Assuming we are talking about delivery processes, let's say the team has identified that the quality of their code is poor and many defects are making their way into systems/integration testing which should have been avoided.

Based on discussions during the retrospective, they could decide to try pair programming in their next sprint to see if it improves their code quality.

Kiron
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1 reply by Milind Patil
Feb 08, 2019 4:01 AM
Milind Patil
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Thank you very much.
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Feb 07, 2019 7:00 PM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Milind -

Assuming we are talking about delivery processes, let's say the team has identified that the quality of their code is poor and many defects are making their way into systems/integration testing which should have been avoided.

Based on discussions during the retrospective, they could decide to try pair programming in their next sprint to see if it improves their code quality.

Kiron
Thank you very much.

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