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Standardized Work (SW) is a document that precisely outlines the description of each step required to complete a certain task. The document also captures the cycle time for each task, minimum level of inventory required as well as the classification of each task step as "value added" or "non value added". A SW document describes the most efficient way to process a certain task at any given point in time, and forms the baseline for process improvement.
The 2015 CHAOS Report has recently been released by the Standish Group.
In anticipation of May the Fourth (better known as "Star Wars Day"), you and your Scrum teams should take a break from the standard "What went well?"/"What didn't go well?" retrospectives and infuse some fresh energy and humor into a tried-and-true ceremony by holding a "Star Wars Retrospective".
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Writing good requirements takes time and practice, and even with all the new tools designed to help you, it will not happen overnight. You need a clear and organized mind, excellent communication skills and good people skills.
There has been an explosive change within the last two decades over how software is developed and deployed. Agile methods and Scrum have led this charge and continue to gain momentum. A new report, "The State of Scrum: Benchmarks & Guidelines", is now available. This report reveals who is practicing Scrum, why they are practicing Scrum and the outlook for Scrum. Almost 500 professionals in over 70 countries were surveyed by ProjectManagement.com, ProjectsAtWork.com and Scrum Alliance for the report. Participants represented multiple industries from IT to education, finance, government, healthcare, telecommunications and more. Learn how your Scrum practice compares!
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A Steering Committee is a group of people with the responsibility for making decisions or strong recommendations related to a project.
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