- George, Here is the background info - The Bangalore scrum team was formed after the previous release planning and they have been working with their USMessage 1 of 11 , Oct 5, 2010View SourceGeorge, Here is the background info - The Bangalore scrum team was formed after the previous release planning and they have been working with their US counterparts for the last 10 sprints or so ( 3 weeks sprint ) to complete the current release. So, they are experienced with scrum and the trust level is good between scrum teams. Now the stage is set for the release planning for next release and hence the orig question.Thanks all for sharing your perspectives. At this point I'm leaning towards coming up with epic user stories, distribute it across remote scrum teams and having separate planning sessions for Bangalore & US than doing a combined planning exercise in multiple sessions by getting everyone into a virtual room for the following reasons,- Multiple sessions breaks the continuity- You ( one side ) won't be able to provide your best by attending an important activity like release planning at odd hours- Other usual logistical challenges- Having a pre-planning meeting to go over the high level epics created by PO will help the teams to be in syncthanks,Rajesh.
On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 3:39 AM, George Dinwiddie <lists@...> wrote:
Rajesh,Sounds like less that what I might call experienced. How have they done
On 9/25/10 3:21 PM, Rajesh Velliyatt wrote:
> Thanks for all the good inputs so far..
> Hi George, That's given. Teams are experienced with scrum but not done a
> distributed release planning yet. So, reaching out agile enthusiasts to
> understand different approaches/experiences..
non-distributed release planning? What distributed scrum experience do
they have with the other teams?
The reason I ask about these things is that distributed work is much
more about the people and their trust and understanding across the miles
than it is about particular practices in a particular ceremony.