There is a difference between the forecast and the Sprint Backlog in Scrum. Exactly what this difference is, has eluded me for some time, and it may very well be unclear to you too. The difference may seem subtle but can have real practical benefits as you will learn below.
Continue reading here: https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/difference-between-forecast-and-sprint-backlog-scrum
Sjoerd Nijland has written a great blogpost about his journey to PSMIII and the nuances in words from the Scrum Guide. Such as:
- Framework, Methodology, Process, Techniques
- Event, Meeting
- Done, “Done”, Ready, Shippable, Releasable
- Facilitate, Serve
- Visible, Open, Transparent, Accessible
- Titles vs Roles and Multi-disciplinary vs Cross-functional.
- When is a Sprint Backlog created? And is it considered output of a Sprint Backlog?
- When does the Sprint Planning take place?
Read the complete post here: https://medium.com/serious-scrum/the-dark-side-of-the-scrum-guide-835b298f8140