It’s about time we close working cycle times in our LPM project management. In the previous newsletter we described the evolution of sprint progress through the sprint planning and the daily meeting. We have not elaborated on how the release progresses since this is based on the progress of the Sprints that compose it. To conclude each of the sprints … Read More
In our two previous newsletters we introduced the roles of Product Owner (representing the client) and the Scrum Master (responsible for the correct application of the LPM process). To complete the area of roles in our LPM methodology, we will talk here about the third role in LPM – the Team.
In our previous newsletter we introduced the role of Product Owner, who –as you recall– represents the client wanting the product or service. Continuing with the roles that participate in our LPM methodology, today we will talk about the role of Scrum Master.
As promised, we are coming back to the who is who in Lean Project Management, ready to do it in a “lean” way. Let us know if we abuse the theory and fail in our endeavor.