It is a common antipattern to relate story points to hours. Either directly relating story points equal to some hours, or thinking in terms of time when estimating in story points.This has some problems. In this video by @agilebeyondboundary Sahil Potdar talks about 3 such problems and why it is thus an antipattern. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEiXgAp-X9I You can see this video and similar others on the channel Agile Beyond Boundary on YouTube
Welcome to the next Capsule of 2MG by Agile Beyond Boundary.Energizers are needed in all group meetings, be it in-person or remote. Three easy to organize, quick energizers, or ice breakers for remote meetings in the next video of 2mg series by Swetha Dondapati
Welcome to the next Capsule of 2 MG.As teams move to default remote working, what measures should you take to ensure healthy productive teamwork? Watch the video by Sahil and Adiganesh to get some quick tips for effective remote working
For transformational leaders, facilitators and change agents there is a great piece of learning from a tourist guide. In group set up, there are always around 8% people who unintentionally & unknowingly create noise and distractions; if you pay much attention and try to please or convince them, you will end up fueling the noise instead of containing it…. what can you do rather? In this episode of 2mg, Agile coach Vivek Sinha is sharing the answer to this question…
Curious about importance of the transparency in the team?
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Transparency is the pillar of Scrum. Teams with great transparency are happier and performing.
There are some tools and behaviours which help to build this transparency in the team. Let’s have a look at some of them.
Are you realising the potential of stable teams and making an effort for them to be sustainable?
Here are some key tips.
Welcome to Next episode of 2MG (2minute gyaan) on How to sustain stable teams.
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Welcome to the next episode of 2MG (2minute gyaan)-“Backlog refinement” is a key process in Value maximization. Do you want to make a “Backlog refinement work well for you?”, here is the – “Steam-Water-Ice” analogy for you by Sahil Potdar. It is crucial for product success. 1. The steam phase – Stories are at a high level with minimal details, no specific form 2. The water phase – Stories have some more details and they take a bit more form…
Welcome to Next session of “Two Minutes Gyaaan” by Agile Beyond Boundary Trust is the key to make the Scrum Framework successful. But sometimes, micromanagement leads to trust issues between the product owner and the development team. There are 3 key indications of this fact that there are some trust issues between the Product Owner and the Development team. If you are finding these key indications, it always better to Retrospect and realign the behaviour for better productivity. Indication 1:…
Welcome to the next episode of “2 Minutes Gyaaan” by ABB. Are you a little worried about “retrospective meetings” not being efficient? So, here is the rescue – Try this awesome tool – “20-60-20 Rule” by Agile Coach – Vivek Sinha. See it, learn it – use it, and make your meetings more effective. Enjoy learning and be more efficient and effective. Keep following the channel, like share and subscribe.
Welcome to the next session of “Two Minutes Gyaan – Two things – PO should avoid doing” by Vijay Magdum. Are you working in a scrum team? This might be of interest. There are two main antipatterns from the product owner’s point of view. It is always better to avoid these practices for the better performance of the team. Pushing the stories to the team Sometimes, the role of the product owner is misunderstood. The product owner says, “I own…