September 11, 2019
Al Shalloway | Recording | Slides (PDF)
Scrum is based on providing a set of roles, practices, artifacts, and events within which a team collaborates to create value for a client. Adding Flow-thinking to Scrum provides guidance to overcome impediments the team faces. Flow-thinking has us attend to removing delays and handoffs in our work. While Scrum is set up to facilitate this, understanding the principles of flow can greatly improve the effectiveness of Scrum teams. This talk discusses some of the key principles of flow that can help a Scrum team improve.
During the talk, someone asked how to educate management. Here’s an article related to that question – Using the Intake Process to Educate Leadership
I mentioned the importance of Minimum Business Increments during the talk. For more information on them – The Minimum Business Increment