Questions related to Scrum
I am currently writing my master thesis on "Optimizing the transition from Design Thinking to Scrum in a co-creation approach" at Munich University of Applied Sciences. For the empirical part I am looking for experts in the university context (lecturers, professors, PhD students) who drive an integrated approach of DesignThinking and Scrum (similar to CIL Solution Delivery Approach: https://www.co-inno-lab.org/cil-ansatz) within student projects. Do you know anyone who teaches in this area or even a university course that includes such an approach?
I appreciate any tips - Thank you!
I am a PMI certified Agile Practitioner, working as an integration project manager, and also studying master in project management from the UK university. As a part of master study, I am researching “An exploratory study for preferring Scrum and Kanban in the Indian software development companies”. At present, I am collecting data for the same. Could you please answer a few questions as mentioned in the below link?
The questionnaire will not record your name, company’s name, gender, age, or ethnicity. It is limited to a professional who is working as a manager, has more than 5 years of experience, is certified, and is located in Bangalore or Hyderabad.
Your 5 minutes will help me to complete my study in January.
I am a master's student and writing my dissertation on the scrum framework and will appreciate it if I can get any lead for the same.
What are all the questions I should ask team members and scrum masters to know whether the scrum framework increases the likelihood of projects' success?
I am wondering if there are any case studies used for delivering and assessing students understanding of agile project management Scrum framework. Please feel free to share some of your agile PM teaching cases (any industrial field) and/or how you assess students understanding of Scrum framework.
Traditional software development methods are not very efficient because with the slightest or rapid change in the requirements, you need to have a meeting to improve.
Agile is a solution. Agile is a way to prevent project failure.
what is your opinion?
Looking for good information sources, both academic sources and practical examples.
Informed opinions, comments and other types of answers are very much appreciated.
As Kane Mele suggested that there exists four Z2 invariants for a three dimensional topological insulator (TI) while only one for two dimensional TI. But what is the reason for the same?
I'm working for my thesis, it would be great if some of you could share the insights and results of agile methods to make your organization ambidextrous, please.
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Few years ago i was certified professional in SCRUM by Ken Schwaber.
Well i went for a job interview.
They told me this certificate is useless.
So i said tomyself : "if it is useless why? In the heaven we are doing it."
Anyway, here my results:
- the Scrum Method is actually the same as the Waterfall Method they cut it only to a period of one 1 month.
- the book of Scrum is incomplete nor there is examples on it.
- with the scrum agility method you will get Alzheimer when you are old. Because it put you on Daily Scrum Stress.
- Lastly, there is no scientifc proof that this method is good. Please write a paper about if. The last deadline is 30. April 2020 after Cristos.
Paper-Title: The Advantage and Disadvantages of the Scrum Agility Method.
Introduction & Conclusion:
The SCRUM Agility method developed by Jeff and Ken Schwaber..
Our Conclusion is that.. blablablu
If we combine the best practices of CMMI and SCRUM Model, we can reduce the major issues the different organizations are facing in their Agile Global Software Development Projects. What do you suggest on this?
Different organizations has started global software development projects and the management strategy they are adopting is Agile methodology (most popular is Scrum). What are the issues in using SCRUM in DSD - Distributed Software Development.
Hi All, I am doing research at SERL, Auckland university of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand. I have developed a parametric model for effort estimation and to validate this model, I need real industry data of some of the software projects which are developed by using agile methodology especially Scrum? if any one wants to help me then please message me. Please note that I will not ask any data which can show the identity of a company, team, or a project. I will be very grateful for your support in this regard.
science processes need to evolve with the rapid pace of science advances. SCRUM and AGILE processes long used in IT.
The paper, "Rugby athletes and the prevention of injuries: asn asnalysis on judgement skills and decisions-made" European Journal of Sports Medicine. March 2016 by Broughton, H; Cromie, S;Trimble, T;Cummiskey, J; and Corri, D. highlighted the potential in rugby union that injuries can minimise injury eg at the scrum and tackle
As a scrum team needs to sustain its motivation throughout the process, and facing so many pressures meanwhile, what are ways or mechanics that can be introduced in the process to improve its level of motivation?
I am interested to doing research on project management methodologies (Agile & Scrum) Area, Can you suggest me some topics which is not yet done before.
Three papers published examine aspects of the Laws of the Game; Law 15 and the tackle with obligations of the tackled player in releasing the ball and for that player to immediately get to his/her feet, thus a ruck cannot take place. Law 20 and the scrum prohibits 'charging' at the set but expacts that the scrum is aligned parallel to the side line. Data shows that both the tackle and scrum take on average of 3 seconds to complete and that in sevens judgement skills are as important as decisions made that could potentially minimise error and prevent injury. i refer to the 2017 Laws of the Game, World Rugby.
I'm currently researching the use of agile project management in non-software contexts. My goal is to understand if Agile/Scrum can be used in EPC projects.
Scrum is an agile software development process widely accepted for project management in software and other product development. Any experiences with Scrum used in R&D projects at universities?
I want to hear from people about types of impediments a team can face during a sprint in agile. It could be a team and a team member as well and I also want to know how those impediments were addressed ..how SCRUM MASTER resolved them...impediments with solutions...can anybody help with some real-world problems...??
Can anybody list down impediments a team or an individual in a team faces during a sprint in agile...can we categorize those impediments. Are there any real-world scenarios for categorizing impediments?
Scrum is widely used in the software industry today for the execution of projects. Measuring the performance of Scrum teams is the biggest challenge that most organizations face today. Scrum requires a simple and quick way to measure the performance of the team. Many methods are found, but they may affect the agility of the development process.
Most of the companies use Hybrid methodologies centered around Scrum/Kanban/Agile/XP, each has a short modular development cycle.
As companies scale to ensure the quality of their product or service and maintain velocity they need to have a strong architecture which scales along the way.
The traditional waterfall model still has some room for being architecture centric but with the agile methodologies how do they manage?
In Agile Software Development using Scrum, can you have a velocity as early as Sprint zero. If yes, what would be the formula to calculate it?
I've been working to develop a framework for evaluating teams and I am looking for current research as well as collaborators. I found an interesting study from eBay (http://www.ebaytechblog.com/2012/08/03/now-you-see-it-a-peer-feedback-system-for-scrum-teams/) but I would like to expand on the concept. Are there areas where I should look or papers I should read?
If you are interested in collaborating on this project please let me know. I'd be very excited to work with others outside of my organization.
While Scrum is focused on project management, XP is focused on Software development; nevertheless, they both can be used to participate in the development of any software project independently or together.
I need to know about the quality metrics of applying the two approaches together.
Information economy and knowledge management systems are now strategic forces in the world market. As per some reports, only 10% of the total software engineering & management project succeed with respect to their original goals / business objectives. Irrespective of the applied methodology, be it Waterfall / Agile / Scrum, their is indeed an accentuating probability of cost inflationary spiral in any software development life-cycle. What would be the right model to predict / control the situation in context and prescribe a solution? If there is already a method, what are the data structures and economic paradigms to support this investigation.