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Agile IQ® Academy ™

Stage TWO

Agile IQ® Score: 49-92

Learning Areas: Stage Two Teams

Artefacts

Agile Artefacts

What are the core elements of agile frameworks that help promote focus, quality, and create transparency?

Facilitation Guides

Backlog Refinement

Getting on top of your Product Backlog is a key element of improved agility

Facilitation Guides

Daily Scrum

Inspecting progress toward the Sprint Goal empowers a team to adapt its Sprint Backlog

Definition of Done

Definition of Done

What is the Definition of Done and how do you use it to improve quality and reduce rework?

Roles

Developer

Developers are the people in the Scrum Team that are committed to creating any aspect of a usable Increment each Sprint.

People

Encouraging Team Work

How do you help members of the team to be mutually committed to the goals and to each other?

People

Personal Maps

Help build and strengthen team connectedness with Personal Maps

Artefacts

Product Backlog

The Product Backlog is the single source of any work undertaken by the team. It serves as their single source of truth in terms of approved work and t

Roles

Product Manager

What does it take to lead an Agile Release Train as its Product Manager?

Facilitation Guides

Retrospective

Inspect the team – people, process and tools – and decide on improvement actions

Roles

Scrum Master

Scrum Masters are responsible for the effectiveness of agile.

PBIs

Slicing Stories

How do you slice Product Backlog items so that they can be delivered in a single Sprint?

Artefacts

Sprint Backlog

The Sprint Backlog is a plan by and for the Developers. It is a highly visible, real-time picture of the work that the Developers plan to accomplish d

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