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A Practical Guide to Distributed Scrum by Matthew Ganis, Steffan Surdek, Elizabeth Woodward

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Index

A

acquisitions, distributed development teams, 7

affinity diagrams, 44

Agile, history at IBM, 15–17

Agile Project Management framework, 2

Agile Project Management tools, 64–65

agile teams, coordinating with non-agile teams, 66

Allen, Corville

Sprint Retrospectives, 173

team dynamics, 29

Ambler, Scott

cultural differences, 23

Product Owner teams, 64

reviewing product vision and goals, 89

Sprint length, 58

telephones in meeting rooms, 30

Analytic Hierarchy Process, 48

artifacts, 3–4

User Stories, 3

automation, 138–139

avoiding double workdays, 132

B

Backlog. See Product Backlog

Balanced Team approach to Sprint Preplanning meeting, 82

Baskaran, Pushpa, 134

liasons, 109

running builds at different frequencies, 137

test-driven development (TDD), ...

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