Sprint planning is an important part of the agile process, but too often it’s treated as a perfunctory step to simply add stories to the upcoming sprint. Instead, teams should include goals, value and uncertainty in the discussion—and get much more out of it.
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How can you adapt Scrum-like tools and techniques within a Waterfall project management environment? What can you do to reduce resistance and reap the benefits Scrum has to offer? In short, how can you get down and Scrummy within a Waterfall world? Here are some ideas you might find useful.
The “chicken and pig” lore of Scrum is no longer part of the updated Scrum Guide. This is a welcome change, and should be helpful as practitioners go about implementing Scrum on projects — and explaining it to stakeholders throughout the organization.