March 25

Scrum Talk Daily # 19


Scrum Talk Daily - # 19
The 3 Empirical Scrum Pillars # 2 - Inspection

Yesterday we talked about Transparency and how if we're not completely honest and open (transparency) about the data and/or experience, the observation (inspection) and new direction (adaptation) are skewed.

To help with Inspection, Scrum provides cadence in the form of its five events. In fact, the Scrum Guide states that each event in Scrum is a formal opportunity to inspect and adapt Scrum Artifacts (more on Artifacts next week).

Let's take the Sprint Review for example. We learned last week that the Sprint Review is where the Scrum Team presents the working Increment (one of three Scrum Artifacts) that meets the team's Definition of Done from the current Sprint to Stakeholders (and Users!). The Increment is laid out (transparency) and then inspected. This inspection becomes a discussion of what changes (adaptations) need to be made.

Can you adapt without inspection? Would inspection without adaptation be considered pointless?

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