The Agile Pocket Guide explains how to develop products, services, and software quickly and efficiently, without losing the main components of the framework so effective in streamlining the creating of these products and for making positive change within a company. It includes The basic tennets of the Scrum framework How to apply the processes and steps required to become agile The dynamics of a successful agile environment The very basics of Scrum and how to employ them quickly Practical questions to ask the Team Leader as well as the Team How to build an environment of communication and collaboration for the entire organization
Each member of the Agile Team is expected to answer three questions as part of the Daily Scrum (see Figure 6.2): 1. What did I do (and what did I complete) yesterday? 2. What am I planning to do (and committing to complete) today? 3. What impediments do I have that may block my success today?
customer through continuous delivery of valuable software. Working software is the primary measure of progress. Welcome changing requirements. Motivated business people and developers work together throughout the project with face-to-face interactions. The team has a commitment to technical excellence at all times. At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective.