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Jeff Sutherland invented Scrum in 1993 and with Ken Schwaber formalized the Scrum framework for industry in 1995. Dr. Sutherland has 18 years of experience implementing Scrum in hundreds of companies. Currently he is the CEO of Scrum Inc and Senior Advisor to Openview Venture Capital. He travels the world teaching, speaking and coaching how to best implement Scrum. Rini van Solingen is a part-time professor in Global Software Engineering at Delft University of Technology and is Chief Technology Officer at Prowareness. He is an expert in product, process, and performance improvement of software and systems development. Eelco Rustenburg leads the Xebia Agile Consulting & Training unit. He is focused on Agile adoptions in corporations. His current focus is on using Scrum and Agile techniques to improve non-IT processes like sales, marketing, and building construction.
A very basic easy read intro why scrum methodology. Everyone who borrowed the book from me enjoyed it.Published 1 month ago by Jessica Thurston
A fundamental question to ask how should one brings concept of flow to product development projects?
Scrum provides a simple method. Read more
Interesting read. I generally agree with most of the assertions, but the author tends to compare Scrum techniques with poor project management techniques, which is an apples to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Luv2Read
The story format helped clarify the concepts of scrum and made it more real.
Also integrating the story with personal life issues, brought home the fact that Scrum is... Read more
As this book mentions change is difficult in any organization. This book details the correct approach to implementing Scrum in a narrative form that teaches while entertaining. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David Klingler
It's a great scrum primer, and has the added psychological benefit of letting your you're not alone. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Matteo
This is a good book to introduce you to Scrum. It covers the basics and the implementation in a way thta does not overwhelm you or bore you with tons of technical details. Read morePublished 8 months ago by sherpa01
Principles were good but descriptions of real life events I.e. Drinking coffee were inserted awkwardly.Published 11 months ago by Lisa2011
Very succinct story style approach to understanding Scrum...although strong on a couple of points about Project Managers as being "bossy", which is not what PM's are... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Will