You are a Senior Project Analyst. You report to the PMO Director. Your main role is as an analyst and advisor to the PMO Director. Your background includes a BS in IFSM from UMUC and PMP and PMI-ACP certifications. You have 4 years work experience at XYZ since joining the company after graduation. In your short career, you have shown an ability to perform good analysis and to assist management and senior management in decision support. Your job responsibilities routinely call for you to write analyses of training information and media at the request of the PMO Director.
Ms. Donna Cortez, PMO Director at XYZ Corporation, has tasked you with viewing four videos under consideration for inclusion in an upcoming course on Agile/Sprint Retrospectives. To assist her, you will view the requested four videos and write a short response on each video, per her specifications. Any information not included in the XYZ case may be augmented as you see fit as long as your extension is not in conflict with the information included in the original case.
Key information on the four videos is listed below, including video number, video title, and video URL on the web. In your analyses, you will refer to the video number, and not the title. The four assigned videos are as follows:
Video 1 – Title: Agile in Practice: Retrospectives after Iteration
Video 2 – Title: The Wrong way to do Agile Retrospectives
Video 3 – Title: How to improve your Scrum Sprint Retrospectives
Video 4 – Title: Inside the Sprint Retrospective
No comparison of the videos is required. Per Ms. Cortez, your task assignment is to execute the following steps and to develop and submit the cited summary/analysis deliverables.
Scenario 5 Exercise # 2
Scenario 5 will NOT follow in the progression of Scenario 4 but will make use of the same BITCS Application Sprint scenario conditions but with another project team, so no need for self-critique. When the sprint ends in Scrum, it's time for the team to present its work to the Product Owner for approval. This process is known as the sprint review meeting. In this meeting, the Product Owner goes through the stories assigned for the sprint and asks the team to present the work. The Product Owner checks the work to make sure it has addressed all the acceptance criteria outlined in the product backlog item. Following the sprint review meeting the team holds a Scrum retrospective meeting with the ScrumMaster. At this time, the team discusses three things: what went well, what didn't go well, and what improvements could be made in the next sprint. Sometimes the Product Owner participates in the Retrospective, and sometimes not. Let’s assume for this assignment that the Product Owner is welcome and participates. The following URL will serve as a good resource for you and complements the required video on YouTube: http://www.agilebok.org/index.php?title=Agile_Retrospectives
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