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What is Scream?
- Scream is a framework for managing work on complex adaptive problems.
- Scrum is a framework in which you can employ various processes and techniques.
- This clears the relative efficacy of product management and causes continuous improvement.
- One of the agile methods.
- This is a sorted list of products you need and the only source of change in product demand.
- The product backlog is dependent on the product owner.
- Product backlog is based on product changes.
- High ranking items are categorical and distinguished from low ranking.
- • Changes in business needs, market conditions, and technology affect product backlog.
User story and format
- A user story is a brief requirement statement from a user point of view
- Three C’s of a User Story
- Card: occupying the subject of only one item, a high level description of desired system behavior.
- Conversation: One user story is not enough.
- Confirmation: The acceptance criteria is captured on the back of the card. They outline specifications from the product owner and will allow the team to build functionality for acceptance.
- The “investment” rule must be followed i.e. independent negotiable approximate small test
Scrum Team and its size
- The Scream Team is a collection of individuals working together to deliver the necessary product enhancements.
- Usually 5-9 team members.
- The Scrum team includes: 1) Product Owner 2) Scrum Master 3) Development Team
- Teams self-organizing (finishing work without external help) and cross-functional (completing work without another part of a team)
- The Scream team is designed for flexibility, creativity and productivity.
- Short time-boxing period when the scrum team works to complete a specified amount of work.
- The planned amount of the sprint is to be completed and ready for review.
- The development team consists of cross-functional members.
- Before the sprint, there is a meeting in which the length is proportional to the sprint.
- A four-week sprint should be planned in no more than 8 weeks.
- Not their changes in goals or beliefs and courage, transparency, oversight and adaptation during the sprint.
For additional details visit: https://www.scrum.org/resources/what-is-scrum