“Forensic analysis refers to a detailed investigation for detecting and documenting the course, reasons, culprits, and consequences of a security incident or violation of rules of the organization or state laws.” (Source: https://enterprise.comodo.com/blog/what-is-forensic-analysis/.)
Even if you use Scrum for the proper purpose—solving complex adaptive problems—your product quality is high, and the team is self-managing entirely, you might face a problem. If your Product Backlog is not actionable, your Scrum Team will likely perform at a mediocre level at best—thus too below its potential.
In this talk, Stefan Wolpers will address ten critical anti-patterns in Product Backlog management that both Scrum Masters and Product Owners should address immediately, once identified. We will learn:
– Why an actionable Product Backlog is essential for your Scrum Team’s success
– How to spot and remedy issues that prevent your Product Backlog from becoming actionable,
– How you can defend your Product Backlog from falling back into the “old ways.”
This session is relevant for all the attendees including who are new to the field.
Who is Stefan Wolpers?
Stefan Wolpers helps companies to transition to agile product development practices by coaching teams hands-on as a Professional Scrum Trainer. Stefan works both with fast-growing startups as well as enterprise organizations.
Stefan Wolpers benefits from long-standing experience with agile frameworks, such as Scrum, Kanban, Lean UX and Lean Startup. His 15+ years of software development experience based on agile frameworks has taught him a lot of the best practices for effective agile transitions. He has also learned—often the hard way—what is not working. Creating in your organization a culture that embraces learning and experimentation to build product customers love hence does not require to reinvent the proverbial wheel.