Begriffe zur Agilität Alphabetisch sortiert

Erklä­run­gen zu den ein­zel­nen Begrif­fen (zur Agi­li­tät) sind im deut­schen → Scrum-Glos­sar zu finden.

  1. Affi­ni­ty Estimation
  2. Agi­le
  3. Agi­le → Beschaf­fung
  4. Agi­le Coach
  5. Agi­le Dokumentation
  6. Agi­le Denk­wei­se, sie­he Agi­les Mindset
  7. Agi­le → Füh­rung
  8. Agi­le Health Checks
  9. Agi­le Methode
  10. Agi­le Metriken
  11. Agi­le Organisation
  12. Agi­le Praktiken
  13. Agi­le Prac­ti­tio­ner, sie­he Agilist
  14. Agi­le Prinzipien
  15. Agi­le Prozesse
  16. Agi­le Transition
  17. Agi­le Werte
  18. Agi­ler Festpreis
  19. Agi­ler Lebenszyklus
  20. Agi­les Manifest
  21. Agi­les Mindset
  22. Agi­les Pattern
  23. Agi­les → Pro­jekt­ma­nage­ment
  24. Agi­les → Qua­li­täts­ma­nage­ment
  25. Agi­les → Requi­re­ments Engi­nee­ring – ARE
  26. Agi­les → Schät­zen
  27. Agi­les → Tes­ten
  28. Agi­list
  29. Agi­li­tät
  30. → Akzep­tanz­kri­te­ri­en
  31. Ali­gnment
  32. Anfor­de­rung
  33. Anti → User Story
  34. Archi­tek­tur
  35. → Arte­fakt
  36. Aus­wir­kungs­zu­ord­nung, sie­he Impact Mapping
  37. → Back­log
  38. Back­log Grooming
  39. Back­log Item
  40. Back­log Refinement
  41. → Best Practice
  42. Beha­vi­or Dri­ven Deve­lo­p­ment – BDD
  43. Benut­zer, sie­he User
  44. Big Design Upfront / Big Design Up Front – BDUF
  45. Blo­cker, sie­he Impediment
  46. Board
  47. Bucket Esti­ma­ti­on
  48. Burn­down Chart
  49. Burnup Chart
  50. Busi­ness Value
  51. → Can­vas
  52. Car­go-Kult
  53. Chi­cken
  54. Coll­ec­ti­ve Code Ownership
  55. Com­mu­ni­ty of Prac­ti­ce – CoP
  56. Com­mit­ment
  57. Con­ti­nuous Deli­very – CD
  58. Con­ti­nuous Deployment
  59. Con­ti­nuous Inte­gra­ti­on – CI
  60. Cross Func­tion­al Team
  61. Cus­to­mer
  62. Dai­ly → Scrum
  63. Dai­ly Standup
  64. → DEEP
  65. → Defi­ni­ti­on of Done – DoD
  66. Defi­ni­ti­on of Rea­dy – DoR
  67. Design
  68. Design Sprint
  69. → Design Thinking
  70. Deve­lo­per
  71. Deve­lo­p­ment Team, sie­he Entwicklungsteam
  72. DevOps
  73. Dojo
  74. Done
  75. Effec­tua­ti­on
  76. Ent­wick­ler
  77. Ent­wick­lungs­team
  78. Epic
  79. Ereig­nis
  80. Esti­ma­ti­on
  81. Esti­ma­ti­on → Mee­ting
  82. Explo­ra­ti­ver Sprint
  83. Extre­me Pro­gramming – XP
  84. → Fea­ture
  85. → Fea­ture Dri­ven Deve­lo­p­ment – FDD
  86. Fea­ture Toggle
  87. → Feh­ler
  88. → Feh­ler­kul­tur
  89. Fit for Purpose
  90. Fit for Use
  91. Fort­lau­fen­de Aus­lie­fe­rung, sie­he Con­ti­nuous Delivery
  92. Fort­lau­fen­de Inte­gra­ti­on, sie­he Con­ti­nuous Integration
  93. Funk­tio­na­li­tät
  94. Funk­ti­ons­über­grei­fen­des Team, sie­he Cross Func­tion­al Team
  95. Gebrauchs­taug­lich, sie­he Fit for Use
  96. Geschwin­dig­keit
  97. Gemein­sa­mer Code-Besitz, sie­he Coll­ec­ti­ve Code Ownership
  98. Goal
  99. → Good Practice
  100. Hin­der­nis, sie­he Impediment
  101. Impact Map­ping
  102. Impe­di­ment
  103. Impe­di­ment Backlog
  104. Imple­men­tie­rung
  105. Infor­ma­ti­on Radiator
  106. Inkre­ment
  107. Inspect and Adapt
  108. → INVEST
  109. Ite­ra­ti­on
  110. Kadenz
  111. → Kan­ban
  112. → Kun­de, sie­he Customer
  113. Lar­ge-Sca­le Scrum – LeSS
  114. → Lean Startup
  115. Libe­ra­ting Structures
  116. Magic Esti­ma­ti­on
  117. Metho­de
  118. Mini­mal Mar­ke­ta­ble Fea­ture – MMF
  119. Mini­mal Mar­ke­ta­ble Pro­duct – MMP
  120. → Mini­mum Via­ble Pro­duct→ MVP
  121. No Esti­ma­tes
  122. Objec­ti­ves and Key Results – OKRs
  123. Pair Pro­gramming
  124. Pig
  125. Plan­ning Mee­ting, sie­he Sprint Plan­ning (Mee­ting)
  126. → Plan­ning Poker
  127. Poten­zi­ell aus­lie­fer­ba­res Pro­dukt­in­kre­ment – PSI
  128. Prak­tik
  129. Prin­zip
  130. Pro­duct Backlog
  131. Pro­duct Back­log Item
  132. → Pro­duct Owner
  133. Pro­dukt-Inkre­ment / Pro­duct Increment
  134. Pro­gno­se
  135. → Pull
  136. → Push
  137. Refac­to­ring
  138. Refe­rence Item
  139. Release
  140. → Release­plan / Release Plan
  141. Release­pla­nung / Release Planning
  142. Resi­li­enz
  143. Retro­spek­ti­ve, sie­he Sprint Retro­spek­ti­ve (Mee­ting)
  144. → Review, sie­he Sprint Review (Mee­ting)
  145. Rol­le
  146. → Satz­scha­blo­ne
  147. Selbst­or­ga­ni­siert
  148. Selbst­or­ga­ni­sie­rend
  149. Sca­led Agi­le Frame­work – SAFe
  150. Schät­zen
  151. Scrum
  152. Scrum Board
  153. Scrum But
  154. Scrum Coach
  155. Scrum Ereig­nis­se
  156. Scrum Gui­de
  157. → Scrum Master
  158. Scrum Mee­tings
  159. Scrum of Scrums (SoS)
  160. Scrum Team
  161. Selbst­or­ga­ni­siert
  162. Selbst­or­ga­ni­sie­rend
  163. Sel­ec­ted Pro­duct Backlog
  164. Spike
  165. Sprint
  166. Sprint Back­log
  167. Sprint Can­cel­la­ti­on
  168. Sprint Goal
  169. Sprint Plan­ning (Mee­ting)
  170. Sprint Retro­spek­ti­ve (Mee­ting)
  171. Sprint Review (Mee­ting)
  172. Sprint Zero
  173. Sprint-Ziel, sie­he Sprint Goal 
  174. → Stake­hol­der
  175. Stan­dup
  176. Sto­ry
  177. Sto­ry Card
  178. Sto­ry Decomposition
  179. Sto­ry Map
  180. Sto­ry Point
  181. T‑Shirt-Grö­ßen
  182. Tak­tung, sie­he Kadenz
  183. Task
  184. Taskboard
  185. Team
  186. Team Esti­ma­ti­on Game
  187. Tech­ni­sche Schulden
  188. Tes­ten
  189. Test Dri­ven Deve­lo­p­ment – TDD
  190. The­me
  191. Time­box
  192. Time­boxing
  193. User
  194. User Sto­ry
  195. Value
  196. Value Stream Mapping
  197. Velo­ci­ty
  198. Ver­fei­ne­rung
  199. Ver­hal­tens­ge­trie­be­ne Ent­wick­lung, sie­he Beha­vi­or Dri­ven Development
  200. Ver­schwen­dung
  201. → Visi­on
  202. → VUCA
  203. Wall Esti­ma­ti­on
  204. Was­te
  205. Wert, sie­he Value
  206. Wert­strom­ana­ly­se, sie­he Value Stream Mapping
  207. Working Out Loud – WOL
  208. WSJF – Weigh­ted Shor­test Job First
  209. XP-Prak­ti­ken
  210. Zweck­dien­lich, sie­he Fit for Purpose