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Agile Project Management with Scrum by Ken Schwaber

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Appendix B. Definitions

Item

Definition

Burndown graph

The trend of work remaining across time in a Sprint, a release, or a product. The source of the raw data is the Sprint Backlog and the Product Backlog, with work remaining tracked on the vertical axis and the time periods (days of a Sprint or Sprints) tracked on the horizontal axis.

Chicken

Someone who is interested in the project but does not have formal Scrum responsibilities and accountabilities (is not a Team member, Product Owner, ScrumMaster, or other stakeholder).

Daily Scrum meeting

A short status meeting held daily by each Team during which the Team members synchronize their work and progress and report any impediments to the ScrumMaster for removal.

Done

Complete as mutually agreed to by ...

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