1. Daily Stand-up
Become the most used agile practices, daily stand-up allows the team shares information and opportunity to discuss and solve problems.
2. Agile Retrospective
Commonly used by the teams, agile retrospective is a practice that could reflect the way of working aims to improve continuously on what the teams do.
3. Sprint/Iteration Planning
In sprint/iteration planning, agile teams jointly associate the level of difficulty with certain tasks, the teams could delete or add additional stories/tasks and tasks distributed among teams based on a voluntary basis.
4. Sprint/Iteration Review
The purpose of sprint/Iteration review is to measure the work progress of the team. Each team member can share their accomplishment, work plan, or problems they have encountered that might restrain them from accomplishing their goals. Next, the teams evaluate their work result and discuss improvements during their next iteration.
5. Short Iteration
Short iteration presents the team accomplishment and delivers a “demo” version of their work to the customer. Short iteration allows the customer to provide useful feedback as well as allows the development team to adjust accordingly.
In conclusion, there are five most popular methods of agile employed by companies aim to continually improve the teams and their work. In addition, before deciding to embrace Scrum, companies should understand the three main roles of Scrum to achieve goals.
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