Discipline Agile Delivery Case Study

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DAD DAD stands for Discipline Agile Delivery which is a process of decision framework that helps to simplify decisions around the incremental and iterative solution delivery. The seven primary principles that govern the disciplined agile framework are: 1. Delight Customers- Customer satisfaction can be achieved when the products and services not just to fulfill their needs and expectations but also excel them. One of the ways to make a customer happy is by providing them with what they need or what they think they need even before asking for it. The customer need is extremely important, and we need to know about this at every step-in order to make them happy. 2. Be awesome - The success of any team is achievable if the individuals in the team…show more content…
It means that the company should make the right choices when they are taking a risk or making the right choices for operational costs and making sure to keep in mind the cost factor when they are facing a delay in the schedule. Further they are to make accurate decisions such that they provide good quality products to their customers and thus sustainably maintain their position in the market. SAFE Lean-Agile developers aim to make such accurate decisions in their day-to-day tasks for the betterment of their…show more content…
Any implementation that needs to be done or development that needs to be done comes under the development team Scrum Events - Sprint - The period during which the work is to be completed and made ready for review and that when it should be delivered. Sprint Planning - During sprint planning, backlogs that exist are going to be decided when they are going to be delivered. The daily standup - During the daily stand up, each team member from the different cross functional teams cover their progress since the last stand up meeting. The sprint review - During sprint review the different teams present their work and explain the amount of work that has been completed. The product owner reconciliates against the previous projected scope. The retrospective - It is generally the final sprint meeting where the product owner understands how the development has been executed. He understands the scope and determines where there was room for improvement. It is an important meeting which is attended by scrum master and where the team understands their performance as well and how they can

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