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Tips for scrum implementation

Last post 10:00 am March 28, 2016 by Renan Melo
9 replies
11:45 am February 29, 2016

Greetings to all!!

I will make a first implementation of Scrum on my Company, im a little bit nervous, any tips?

01:15 pm February 29, 2016

If you want feedback, you must provide more details about your company and what you are trying to do.

02:42 pm March 16, 2016

I will try Scrum, first on a single project where the client and the PO are internal. We have a little team with 9 members. The main problem is that they arent multi functional, and exist a little paralelism on their tasks. My objective is decrease all external interferences i can.

Besides that, i need a tool for scrum management and dont know which to use. Im trying a Redmine plugin to scrum.

All hints are welcome.

05:39 pm March 16, 2016

A electronic tool is probably not the first things you need !
It won't help people to build efficient interactions.

08:11 am March 21, 2016

What the first things i need?

I know the theory, i need hints for first implementation!

Tnks for the tips!!!

06:37 am March 22, 2016

The first things you need is:
- management that had a SCRUM training
- team members, SCRUM master and PO that had a SCRUM training
- task board (physical or erlectronical, where I would also recommend a real physical board for the start)
- PO that had time to prepare some user stories (a backlog)
- a definition of done,
- a sprint length

06:39 am March 22, 2016


Thanks Joerg!!

05:01 am March 23, 2016

My tip : looks for volunteers :-)

06:28 am March 24, 2016

What is your current SW methodology used by your team for other projects?

10:00 am March 28, 2016

Hi Amir.

There is no methodology. They simply do the tasks that they see on Redmine. Its like a waterfall model with a lot of paralelism.

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