The inspection of the work of a scrum team can be done by the scrum master or manager or the team leader of the scrum team. It is incredibly beneficial to the success of the scrum team if the inspection is done by a trusted member or someone with high skill sets that can be accurate and fast.
Modes of Inspection
There are three primary ways by which the inspection process of a scrum can be described. These are;
- Through the use of a typical Scrum board
- Through the inspection and approval of the products of the sprint goal by the product owner and the customer in the demonstration and validate the sprint process.
- Through the collection of feedback from the customer and other stakeholders during the software development.
The benefits of Inspections
Inspection allows the monitoring of the substances in the product backlog. These items include the newest produced increase, the predictable capacity of the progress team, plus the last act of the development team.
Inspection makes the estimate for the next sprint easier because of lessons learned from inspected sprints.
Learn and Grow
Members of the scrum team are given an avenue to learn and grow as they learn from past mistakes learned from previous inspections. This is why it is critical to select an inspector that is knowledgeable in the development of software.
The process of inspections gives the members of the scrum team the opportunity to be creative. They are allowed to make assumptions, mistakes, learning, and adaptations because of the inspection.
Inspection is one and only of the pillars of Scrum as it balances the activities of a scrum team. All scrum artifacts must be inspected periodically by a team member or an external body to detect and correct objects. It is significant to use an inspector trusted by members of a scrum team and by the project owners. The inspector also contributes to the next sprint planning because of the inspection of previous ones.