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  • ...SCRUMDEVELOPMENT] Performance Reviews Charles, On May 22, 2015, at 3:08 AM, Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trainer and Coach chuck-lists2@^$3 [SCRUMDEVELOPMENT] < SCRUMDEVELOPMENT@^$4 > wrote: I've always liked Jeff Sutherland's Perf Review approach: http://www.scruminc...
    Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai May 26
  • I've always liked Jeff Sutherland's Perf Review approach: http://www.scruminc.com/agile-performance-reviews/ And Google has an interesting view on developer pay. :-) http://www.businessinsider.com/google-policy-to-pay-unfairly-2015-4 ------- Charles Bradley Professional Scrum Trainer Scrum Coach -in-Chief http://ScrumCrazy.com From: "Michael Wollin yahoo@^$1 [SCRUMDEVELOPMENT]" To...
    Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai May 22
  • (Please know that I plan to share the results of my research back with the multiple forums that I've used to do this research) Estimation units are not really part of Scrum, though Scrum does require that you estimate things at times. Also, some estimation is done in our industry/Scrum that is not really required by Scrum at all. I'm very interested in the responses of the talented...
    Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai May 12
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  • Thanks Ron and duly noted that one can possibly get fired for saying such things. Another related quote -- "Change the organization at a pace that won't get you fired" (I first heard this quote from Mr. Ken Schwaber, not sure if it's a KS original or not.) ------- Charles Bradley Professional Scrum Trainer Scrum Coach -in-Chief http://ScrumCrazy.com From: "Ron Jeffries ronjeffries...
    Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai May 11
  • I seem to remember quote similar to the following from a few years ago. Anyone know who said it? (Maybe Agile 2012?) (I already did several google searches myself -- to no avail) (Speaking to the "business" I presume) "If you're not going to estimate the value of features, then we're not going to estimate the cost of features" Anyone know who said it or where I can find the quote...
    Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai May 8
  • +1 for Mid sprint grooming, which coincides with my Tip#1 from my 18 tips on Backlog Refinement . And back to the current topic, I've voted against including refinement as an event on uservoice . Tip #1: Try to never schedule backlog refinement during the first or last 20% of the Sprint. During the first 20% of the Sprint, the team is just getting started on this Sprint's work, so...
    Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai Feb 20
  • ...Final Meeting of the Agile Alliance' Charles, On Feb 15, 2015, at 9:54 PM, Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trainer and Coach chuck-lists2@^$3 [SCRUMDEVELOPMENT] < SCRUMDEVELOPMENT@^$4 > wrote: They do and always will compete, so long as there is at least one person...
    Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai Feb 15
  • ...Ron's 'Final Meeting of the Agile Alliance' On Feb 14, 2015, at 1:38 PM, Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trainer and Coach chuck-lists2@^$3 [SCRUMDEVELOPMENT] < SCRUMDEVELOPMENT@^$4 > wrote: I think I understand the part about "be nicer to each other," but I still...
    Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai Feb 15
  • 100% in agreement with Ron here (see, we don't always disagree!). I'll add a couple of things: a) A good Scrum of Scrums can handle some of these challenges as well. Retrospection and root cause need not wait until the end of the Sprint for the formal retro. It can be done any time. b) A well functioning product group can handle some of these challenges without the need for a Scrum...
    Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai Feb 15
  • a) replan the work in the sprint so that something is releasable (releasable increment) (maybe another team could switch off of what they are doing and help get it to releasable) b) cut scope so that something is still releasable c) not deliver a potentially releasable increment, and then talk about why that happened d) figure out why your product group can't produce a releasable...
    Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai Feb 15