Scrum Dynamics episode 10 focuses on the product backlog in a Dynamics 365 project. Thanks to our sponsor InGenius. Host Neil Benson compares the to-do list on his 100-year old house to the product backlog and goes on to describe: Using epics to capture your project scope Getting your product backlog started Estimating backlog items […]

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In Scrum Dynamics episode 9, Neil is joined by Nick Doelman (@ReadyXRM) who shares his experience learning Scrum and applying it to one of his recent Dynamics 365 projects. This episode is sponsored by the Dynamics 365 User Group. Virtual Summer Camp for Customer Service, Field Service and Project Service, 7 to 9 August 2018. […]

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In episode 8 of the Scrum Dynamics podcast (sponsored by CRMUG/D365UG), Dermot and Neil answer questions submitted by podcast listeners about: Estimating chores to reduce technical debt. Prioritizing items with dependencies and the principle of emergent design. Whether business analysts are part of the development team or not. Planning agile projects, especially in the sales […]

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Neil and Dermot discuss sprints and the daily scrum in this episode of Scrum Dynamics, supported by D365UG (http://d365ug.com). * What’s the ideal sprint length for a Dynamics 365 project? * Are special sprints, like sprint 0, a good idea? * What to focus on in the daily scrum? * How to manage daily scrums […]

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Welcome to episode three of Scrum Dynamics, the podcast series for Microsoft Dynamics 365 practitioners who want to use the Scrum framework for agile projects. This episode is sponsored by Maplytics by Inogic. In this episode, Neil Benson introduces the role of the Product Owner in Dynamics 365 projects, including: The primary responsibility of the Product […]

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Welcome to episode two of Scrum Dynamics, the podcast series for Microsoft Dynamics 365 practitioners who want to use the Scrum framework for agile projects. This episode is sponsored by Ingenius. In this episode, co-hosts Neil Benson and Dermot Ryan, introduce the Scrum framework’s events, roles, deliverables and the Scrum theory. We cover: Sprints, Sprint […]

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