In our work with Scrum teams, we find that many don't know where to start. Or worse, they give up and resign to the situation. In this series, we're creating a toolbox of tried-and-tested experiments to improve together.
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How does this help your team?
The Scrum framework exists to deliver value to stakeholders sooner. Sounds good, right? But when is something "valuable"? For something that seems so central to Scrum, there is little guidance on what "value" means. And that easily leads to Zombie Scrum, where teams are incredibly busy with work that is of no value and no consequence.
This experiment exists to start a conversation around "value" with your team and its stakeholders. You can embed this into a regular Sprint Planning, a Sprint Review, or a Sprint Retrospective. Or even as a separate workshop.
What do you receive
- A 5-page PDF that describes how to run this experiment.
- We talk about the five types of value that make the most sense for commercial products.
- A high-resolution printable PDF with the value type model.
- We offer some additional resources to inspire you.
- This experiment is most suited for commercial organizations.
- Read the associated blog post.