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Summary

This page contains a collection of techniques that are often used in conjunction with Scrum.

Description

These techniques are not a part of Scrum, but are a useful extension to enrich the framework. Whereas the Scrum RolesEvents and Artifacts are defined as rules, for each technique detailed here, there are several alternatives.

Contains

Product Vision
Product Vision is a technique to define the long-term goal of a project. A Product Vision sets the overall direction an…
User Story
User Stories are a technique to describe requirements from the perspective of a user using everyday language. In Scrum
Planning Poker
Planning Poker is consensus based technique for estimating Product Backlog items or other things in Scrum. Usually teams…
Magic Estimation
Magic Estimation is an estimation technique that is quick. It is especially useful to quickly estimate a large number of…
Sprint Burn Down
The Sprint Burn Down is a technique to display publicly the remaining work of the current Sprint. Typically a Sprint Bu…
Release Planning
Release Planning is a technique to order the realization of the product into releases and to forecast delivery dates. It…
Release Plan
The Release Plan establishes the goals of the release, the highest priority Product Backlog items, the major risks, and …
Release Burn Down
The Release Burn Down is a technique to display publicly the progress of the current release. Typically a Release Burn …
5 Steps of a Retrospective
The 5 Steps of a Retrospective is a technique to facilitate a team to inspect its way of work and to identify actions to…
Collocation
Collocation is a technique where teams work together in a common office space. With this technique teams increase their …
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