Dual Track Scrum Tools and Techniques, Part 2

Within Scrum, a product backlog is used for tracking prioritized development requirements as normally determined by the product owner.  In Dual Track Scrum, it is recommend to use a separate backlog for the Discovery track.  Essentially, the discovery track backlog will “feed” into the product delivery backlog.  Discovery tracks would include techniques such as UserContinue reading “Dual Track Scrum Tools and Techniques, Part 2”

Dual Track Scrum Tools and Techniques

To continue on Dual Track Scrum (DTS), please note at this juncture, I have not put any of these steps fully in practice and so they are purely from a theoretical perspective, although I am aware that DTS pundits such as Aaron Sanders has implemented these tools and techniques within multiple organizations. To recap, DualContinue reading “Dual Track Scrum Tools and Techniques”

Dual Track Scrum continued

In my last blog, the topic of Dual-Track Scrum (DTS) was brought up.  That was for my initial impressions.  Now this blog covers a deeper dive.  The ideas behind DTS started with Marty Cagan in 2009 and expanded to being supported by Jeff Patton and Aaron Sanders, among others. Essentially, Dual-Track Scrum follows core ScrumContinue reading “Dual Track Scrum continued”

Dual-Track Scrum: Initial Impressions

Recently, I attended a Meetup on Dual Track Scrum (DTS), presented by Aaron Sanders, and since unfamiliar with this new Agile flavor of delivery, have done some additional research on the topic and here are my initial impressions. Dual-Track scrum follows the principle that there should be continuous discovery by the product development team inContinue reading “Dual-Track Scrum: Initial Impressions”