GASPing Toward the Future: What’s in Store for Scrum

Mike Cohn describes ideas that could be on the verge of becoming Generally Accepted Scrum Practices (GASP), including Continuous Delivery, a Backlog Grooming meeting, and Definition of Ready. Along the way, he’ll provide guidance on whether you should consider embracing each of these new practices and will present a glimpse into the future of Scrum.

GASPing Toward the Future: What’s in Store for Scrum

At this meeting of the Agile San Diego user group, Mike Cohn describes ideas that could be on the verge of becoming Generally Accepted Scrum Practices (GASP), including Continuous Delivery, a Backlog Grooming meeting, and Definition of Ready. Along the way, he’ll provide guidance on whether you should consider embracing each of these new practices and will present a glimpse into the future of Scrum.