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Scrum Values

Value is more like the roots of the tree. The stronger the roots, the stronger the tree is and better the fruits it bears. The 5 values of Scrum described below are basically common sense. If one can follow the 5 values of Scrum, one will have strong foundations of a...

Risk Burn Down Chart

Risk Burndown graphs are very useful Communication Tool for seeing if the total project risk is increasing or decreasing over time. It allows stakeholders to see instantly if we are reducing project risk. There are two key pieces of information which the Risk Burndown...

Burn Up Chart

A burn up chart tracks progress towards a projects completion. In the simplest form of burn up chart there are two lines on the chart: A total work line (the project scope line) A work completed line A burnup chart clearly shows both completed work and project scope....

Empirical Process Control

In Scrum, decisions are made based on observation and experimentation rather than on detailed upfront planning. Empirical process control relies on the three main ideas of transparency, inspection, and adaptation. Transparency Transparency allows all facets of any...

Kanban Boards or Task Boards

In its most basic form, a task board can be drawn on a whiteboard or even a section of wall. Using electrical tape or a dry erase pen, the board is divided into three columns labeled “To Do”, “In Progress” and “Done”. Sticky notes...
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