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Last Updated: Wed 25 Oct 2023 11:15
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Additional practices, or strategies, are an important part this organizations DNA. The right practices will emerge over time, this means that while a practice may work today it may not work that well tomorrow. You will need to adapt, add, and create new strategies.
Not all practices work for all teams and finding the most effective bundle for any given moment is an art form. These practices represent both core practices that we are all aligned on, and complementary practices that context driven.
- Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) - Site Reliability Engineering (SRE), part of the shift-left movement, focuses on creating a live site culture for your product.
- Definition of Ready (DoR) - Definition of Ready can result in significant anti-patterns in teams.
- Definition of Done (DoD) - Getting Started with the Definition of Done (DoD). Every team should define what is required, what criteria must be met, for a product increment to be considered releasable.
- Service Level Expectation (SLE) - A service level expectation (SLE) forecasts how long it should take a given item to flow from start to finish within the Scrum Team's Workflow.
- Sprint Planning Event - Professional Sprint Planning is a practice that helps teams to plan and execute work in a way that is sustainable and predictable. It serves as both a planning and a learning event that helps teams to understand their capacity and capability as well as a marketing event that helps teams to formulate their communication and intentions to stakeholders.
- Product Scorecard
- Product Increment
- Product Backlog
- Metrics and Reports
- Accountabilities for the Scrum Team