Has a continuous inflow of work.
Inflow is accomplished using a "push" approach.
Holds a weekly standup meeting.
Is used in Aptean SE only to fix defects.
Assessing the effectiveness of an SE team.
Determining how much work to do each week.
Evaluating the work remaining.
All of the above are benefits.
Most granular unit of work planned for a team
Based on feature ideas from Customers, Field, Industry trends
Reviewed by Portfolio Planning Team and are then assigned to a release
Details are captured in the Doc plan
Reviewed by SCRUM team during Pre-Planning
Assists feature development throughout the project
Includes position of competitors
May have one or many MFs associated with it
Created by the Portfolio Project Manager
Onus of creating and testing the Use Case lies with the QA member
Describes the most frequently occurring outcome of an attempt to accomplish a particular goal
Estimated using confidence level
Should be stack ranked against one another, within the same marketable feature
Lowest level work item
Estimated during sprint planning
Tracked using a burndown chart
Time remaining and completed work fields are filled in daily
In 1 release
In 1 quarter
In 1 sprint
Across 4 sprints
More accurate estimates
Assigned to one person
Tasks that have original estimates
Tasks which are not closed and/or tasks with remaining hours.
None of them, the tasks can be left alone
All teams, one for each team
Scrum teams, one for each team
One for each product
Sprint burndown for Scrum teams
Metrics relevant for the team
Information about Engineering Processes
Information about builds
Project risk register
At least once per day and whenever a task is completed.
All the time.
Only when you complete a task.
Add a new task.
Go on to something else.
Add your time to the closest task you can find.