Scrum in a non-IT context: What does the Product Owner own?
Scrum in a non-IT context – The Increment in Police work
Leveraging Scrum in a Non-IT context has challenges, as the origin of Scrum is developing software products and IT systems. In a previous post I’ve explored the definition of Increment in a Police context. In this post I would like to explore the role of the Product Owner in a non-IT context. Specifically, to answer […]
Why the Sprint Goal is not an artifact in Scrum
In this post I want to explore whether the Increment, a core concept to Scrum, needs to be changed for Scrum in a non-IT context. In future posts, I will do the same for the Definition of Done, or other concepts that may provide a better understanding of Scrum when applied to non-IT context. Please […]
No Scrum without Empiricism; know your basics
After reading fellow PST Piyush’s blog on the Sprint Goal and why he believes it is not defined as an artifact, I shared my own insights in a comment. Re-reading my own words, they seem potentially valuable as a seperate publication. So below is that comment, as a Blog. The Sprint Goal is not an […]
Scrum is built upon Empiricism. The three pillars of empiricism are firmly embedded in various parts of Scrum. Which is why we spend a serious amount of attention to Empiricism (and complexity) in any Scrum related training. So if your Scrum feels like a waste of time or ineffective, start inspection at the basics. How […]