Which are counted as scrum ceremonies?
Scrum defines four events (sometimes called ceremonies) that occur inside each sprint: sprint planning, daily scrum, sprint review, and sprint retrospective.
What is Scrum ceremony?
Scrum ceremonies are very specific meetings with clearly defined goals, participants, and time constraints. Without those scrum ceremonies, scrum simply doesn’t work. If you take out any of the scrum ceremonies or radically modify them, you are no longer practicing scrum.
What is the purpose of Daily Scrum?
As described in the Scrum Guide, the purpose of the Daily Scrum is to inspect progress toward the Sprint Goal and adapt the Sprint Backlog as necessary, adjusting the upcoming planned work. The Daily Scrum is a 15-minute event for the Developers of the Scrum Team.
What is the most important scrum ceremony?
I believe Sprint Review is the most important ceremony as we receive client feedback in that which becomes the ‘driving’ factor for the next sprint.
How long is the daily standup?
Keep the daily stand-ups to Fifteen Minutes or Less. As a general rule, after fifteen minutes, the average person’s mind is going to wander which doesn’t help with setting focus. Fifteen minutes may even be too long for smaller teams.
Who is required to attend the Daily Scrum?
The people who must attend the Daily Scrum are only members of the Development Team. They are responsible for getting it right. The Scrum Master, the Product Owner, or any Stakeholder may attend as listeners, but are not required to do only as long as it is useful to the Development Team.