Day 169. With Pi Planning, one of the outputs is a set of PI Objectives for each team on the Agile Release Train; the team
June 2, 2019: It’s 12:00 Sunday afternoon… people are already gathering in front of the Knight Theater for the 1:00 PM event: the Ballet Performance
One might ask the following: “Why bother checking? We “know” that we are on track already!” “Can we just keep working and deliver the work
The Sprint/Iteration is at its end. What’s the next (best) thing to do? Does it make sense to check to see if your team is
“The heart of Scrum is assessing the condition of activities and empirically determining what to do next.” — Ken Schwaber, Inventor of Scrum (with Jeff
Agile is based on empirical process control — things are verifiable by observation or experimentation; transparency, Inspection and adaptation are the 3 pillars of empiricism.