SHE QC A story grooming technique

SHE QC is an effective technique to structure your never-ending grooming meetings. The SHE QC style of grooming is an effective style for complex stories especially when we need different viewpoints to be considered. One can use the technique to structure their 3 Amigo discussion to elaborate and define scenarios. It is a highly structured & time-boxed grooming technique used by advanced engineering teams to learn, define what needs to develop and remove any second-degree ignorance - “I don’t know I don’t know something”. The technique enables teams to groom stories in a more continuous manner and ideal for teams operating in a hyper sprint mode.


Outline/Structure of the Hands on Session

30 - min , discuss the technique - deck attached

40 -min - Mock grooming workshop - deck slide 11

10-min , refection

10-min, Q&A

Learning Outcome

Practical knowledge to apply SHEQC At work

Target Audience

Leadership , Product owner , Scrum Master , Agile Coaches

Prerequisites for Attendees

-Agile Values and principles

schedule Submitted 10 months ago

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  • Janani Liyanage
    By Janani Liyanage  ~  10 months ago
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    Hi Ranjith

    I like these aspects of the submission, and they should be retained:

    • Having a systematic way to perform backlog grooming

    I think the submission could be improved by:

    • You may also describe what kind of preparation expected by development team specially to uncover quality and constraints scenarios.So team have some level of understanding on technically dependencies by end of grooming
    • Ranjith Tharayil
      By Ranjith Tharayil  ~  10 months ago
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      thanks for the feedback, that's is a valid point. I will add in and cover this aspect in the antipattern slide 

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