Tuning Sprint Goal Achievement in Different Project Scenarios?

Sprint Goal Achievement in Agile Scrum means whatever planned is to be achieved by end of sprint but with due course of time this metric is loosing its importance and is neglected and hence the Scrum team is going back towards the old traditional days and teams are no more agile. My White Paper highlights on how to use this metric better in different project scenarios so that the goal becomes important and hence the practices and the team retains its agile nature and become successful. I presented this paper in Dec-2011 in International Conference on Quality & Reliability Engineering – 2011. I thank ISI (Indian Statistical Institute for publishing it in their Book of white papers)

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  1. The basic Scrum principle is iterative development. The entire project timeline is broken down into short iterations called sprints. During each sprint – each usually lasting two weeks a team commits to deliver on a set of user stories, concise product feature descriptions. Short iterations ensure that the team prioritizes the features that are actually needed and can be adjusted after receiving feedback. In the best-case scenario, each sprint delivers a small product increment that functions, is QA-approved, and can be handed to stakeholders or end users to get their opinions. Scrum master. This person makes sure that the team aligns its actions with Scrum principles, helps reconcile members, and resolve conflicts. Sometimes, a Scrum master contributes to the end sprint goals.

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