"Written by Carol Howard"
The PMI Atlanta Agile Forum was pleased to host the USIS Technology Planning & Execution Group from, Equifax. Presenting a panel discussion of scrum start to finish. Panel members included Cassandra Bride-Senior Director Role, Nicole Jones – Director, Krista Marlatt – Vice President, Kara Draper – Senior Director, Joy Menefee – Senior Director and Joe’ Dickson – Senior Director.
Each member of the panel took on a Scrum persona Product Owner ; Technical Architect; Quality Engineer; Scrum Master; Application Engineer ; Narrator and took us on a tour of the daily activities of a Scrum Team to design and deliver in a two week sprint. The product the team was requested to build in this demonstration was a coffee pot.
Walking us through each of the Agile Ceremonies beginning with Backlog Refinement, continuing through Sprint Planning, Daily Standup and ending with Sprint Reviews and Retrospective the personas relayed to us the purpose of the ceremony and what their roles and responsibilities were in each. Completing the production of our coffee maker.
- In Agile the business set the priorities
- Effective User Stories use the INVEST criteria.
- Each Scrum ceremony is important, and they build and build on each other.
Join us at the next PMI Atlanta Agile Forum on Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Keynote Presentation: “AMP up your Virtual Meeting & Events–Techniques to make sure they are engaging, FUN and interactive!" presented by Kate Megaw, The Braintrust Consulting Group / President.
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