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In Retrospect: About getting through your Sprint

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This is the fourth of several posts in which I’d like to share some of the things we learned throughout more than a year of Agile development using Scrum. Some of them might appear as open doors, but I wish I knew or thought about those before I started that project. Just by looking back at the mistakes two teams of about 8 developers made in a period of 12 months, they apparently aren’t that obvious. So after having discussed our ideas about dealing with bugs, let’s talk about what you can do to get yourself through the
sprint as efficient as possible. About Stories Be pragmatic If, during the sprint, some story causes a lot of discussion and the product owner (PO) is not available to take a decision, cut off the discussion as quickly as possible. If it is a decision with a high reversibility – e.g. you can revert the decision without noticeable impact - just go on. But if the PO is really needed, put the story on hold. Obviously this is a waste of the team’s time, but the PO has to accept that his availability is quintessential. Always discuss...(Read whole news on source site)

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