Strategic Vision and Scrum Development
Scrum is a highly effective way to build software. To maximize that effectiveness and ultimately delight the users, long range planning must be an integral part of the process.
As you’ll read in this fascinating nine-page paper, “Looking Beyond the Next Sprint,” the normal three planning horizons in Scrum (daily stand up, sprint and release) should be augmented with an overarching product vision and a long range release roadmap that will help to guide all of the development activities.
The paper show how to use models like the user experience stack, story mapping, and the walking skeleton to help your Scrum teams take an incremental approach to architecture design which provides more flexibility, eliminates rework, and increases your organization’s return on investment.
The paper is written by Jimi Fosdick , a Certified Scrum Trainer with CollabNet. Jimi has conducted hundreds of Agile Training courses around the world, helping organizations improve their development processes using Scrum and Agile techniques. His 15+ years of experience in software product development spans a wide range of industries, in both the private and public sectors. Jimi is a PMI-certified PMP and received his MBA in project management from Keller Graduate School of Management in Chicago.
If you use Scrum, you should read this paper today!
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