21408Re: Multiple Projects & Sprints
- May 9, 2007Another big concern is reporting, how do we show our sprint burndown
to the stakeholders of project1 without the noise of project2?
This alone may drive us to running multiple sprints with the same
team members, but that feels awkward.
--- In email@example.com, "Casey Manus"
> My company has committed to using Scrum as our methodology and are
> the forming stages of getting development kicked off on severallarge
> projects. This comes after a technology shift in the company so weare
> starting from scratch on all the projects.only
> We have some staffing concern, at least 4 projects with currently
> 6 developers and a few ancillary staff members (dbas, QA, etc) thatsize
> will be involved in the projects, so that increases our total team
> to maybe 8 or 9 at maximum.all
> How do we handle this situation...I see a couple scenarios
> 1. One Sprint Team, running 1 sprint at time...putting items from
> projects into the product backlog. This appeals to me because itmeans
> we have high visibility into items which are similiar enough to bewith
> shared between projects.
> 2. Run concurrent sprints for each project. I worry about this
> such a small team, and breaking into multiple teams seems bad atour
> current size.more
> We will be growing, so we will eventually be able to split into
> than one team, but that isn't going to happen for a few more months.
> What advise can I get?
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