Tag Archives: Scrum

Product Owner’s Role in Scrum

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In our previous articles on Scrum we talked about what Scrum means and what are the main elements that define it. In this article we will focus on the Product Owner’s role. The Product Owner usually represents a group of people. He/she is the voice of the client. The PO takes the inputs on what […]

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Artifacts in Scrum

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After Roles in Scrum and Events in Scrum, we’re following up with a related article on Artifacts. In Scrum there are three tangible deliverables, called artifacts. They consist of the requirements for the overall project, the requirements for each piece of the project, and the project itself. Image source: http://www.agile42.com/   Product Backlog   The […]

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Events in Scrum

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As we promised in our previous article, Roles in Scrum, we’re following up with a related article on Events in Scrum. The Scrum events are: Sprint Sprint Planning Daily Scrum Sprint Review Sprint Retrospective Sprint An iteration in Scrum is represented by a Sprint which is a basic unit of development. Scrum divides time into Sprints. […]

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Roles in Scrum

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Scrum is our preferred development framework at Roweb and this choice has yielded very good results for our projects. This article will focus on the Roles in Scrum and it will be followed by another two which will contain details about the Events in Scrum and Artifacts in Scrum. Scrum is an Agile framework used […]

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