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About Jeff Sutherland
Jeff is the co-creator of Scrum and a leading expert on how this way of working has evolved to meet the needs of today's business. The framework he developed in 1993 and formalized in 1995 with Ken Schwaber has since been adopted by the vast majority of software development companies around the world. But Jeff realized that the benefits of Scrum are not limited to software and product development. He has adapted this successful strategy for several other industries including: finance, healthcare, higher education, telecom, energy, and all types of hardware companies. As the Founder and Chairman of Scrum Inc. and Senior Advisor to OpenView Venture Partners, Jeff sets the vision for success with Scrum. He continues to share best practices with organizations around the globe and has written extensively on Scrum rules and methods.
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In the future, historians may look back on human progress and draw a sharp line designating “before Scrum” and “after Scrum.” Scrum is that ground-breaking. It already drives most of the world’s top technology companies. And now it’s starting to spread to every domain where leaders wrestle with complex projects.
If you’ve ever been startled by how fast the world is changing, Scrum is one of the reasons why. Productivity gains of as much as 1200% have been recorded, and there’s no more lucid – or compelling – explainer of Scrum and its bright promise than Jeff Sutherland, the man who put together the first Scrum team more than twenty years ago.
The thorny problem Jeff began tackling back then boils down to this: people are spectacularly bad at doing things with agility and efficiency. Best laid plans go up in smoke. Teams often work at cross purposes to each other. And when the pressure rises, unhappiness soars. Drawing on his experience as a West Point-educated fighter pilot, biometrics expert, early innovator of ATM technology, and V.P. of engineering or CTO at eleven different technology companies, Jeff began challenging those dysfunctional realities, looking for solutions that would have global impact.
In this book you’ll journey to Scrum’s front lines where Jeff’s system of deep accountability, team interaction, and constant iterative improvement is, among other feats, bringing the FBI into the 21st century, perfecting the design of an affordable 140 mile per hour/100 mile per gallon car, helping NPR report fast-moving action in the Middle East, changing the way pharmacists interact with patients, reducing poverty in the Third World, and even helping people plan their weddings and accomplish weekend chores.
Woven with insights from martial arts, judicial decision making, advanced aerial combat, robotics, and many other disciplines, Scrum is consistently riveting. But the most important reason to read this book is that it may just help you achieve what others consider unachievable – whether it be inventing a trailblazing technology, devising a new system of education, pioneering a way to feed the hungry, or, closer to home, a building a foundation for your family to thrive and prosper.
El autor de este libro se ha interesado en el tema de la gestión empresarial y en los últimos años desarrolló un método llamado "Scrum" que le ha permitido a numerosas compañías obtener resultados sobresalientes. Se trata de un método de gestión de proyectos que se basa en la responsabilidad del equipo y la participación del cliente. La eficacia de tal sistema no se aplica sólo a las empresas, sino también fuera de ellas.
Building a successful product usually involves teams of people, and many choose the Scrum approach to aid in creating products that deliver the highest possible value. Implementing Scrum gives teams a collection of powerful ideas they can assemble to fit their needs and meet their goals. The ninety-four patterns contained within are elaborated nuggets of insight into Scrumâ€™s building blocks, how they work, and how to use them. They offer novices a roadmap for starting from scratch, yet they help intermediate practitioners fine-tune or fortify their Scrum implementations. Experienced practitioners can use the patterns and supporting explanations to get a better understanding of how the parts of Scrum complement each other to solve common problems in product development.
The patterns are written in the well-known Alexandrian form, whose roots in architecture and design have enjoyed broad application in the software world. The form organizes each pattern so you can navigate directly to organizational design tradeoffs or jump to the solution or rationale that makes the solution work. The patterns flow together naturally through the context sections at their beginning and end.
Learn everything you need to know to master and implement Scrum one step at a timeâ€”the agile way.
Software in 30 Days summarizes the Agile and Scrum software development method, which allows creation of game-changing software, in just 30 days. Projects that use it are three times more successful than those that don't. Software in 30 Days is for the business manager, the entrepreneur, the product development manager, or IT manager who wants to develop software better and faster than they now believe possible. Learn how this unorthodox process works, how to get started, and how to succeed. Control risk, manage projects, and have your people succeed with simple but profound shifts in the thinking.
The authors explain powerful concepts such as the art of the possible, bottom-up intelligence, and why it's good to fail early—all with no risk greater than thirty days.
- The productivity gain vs traditional "waterfall" methods has been over 100% on many projects
- Author Ken Schwaber is a co-founder of the Agile software movement, and co-creator, with Jeff Sutherland, of the "Scrum" technique for building software in 30 days
- Coauthor Jeff Sutherland was cosigner of the Agile Manifesto, which marked the start of the Agile movement
Software in 30 Days is a must-read for all managers and business owners who use software in their organizations or in their products and want to stop the cycle of slow, expensive software development. Programmers will want to buy copies for their managers and their customers so they will know how to collaborate to get the best work possible.
"Repleto de histórias empolgantes e exemplos reais. O método de gerenciamento de projetos conhecido como Scrum deve ser a ferramenta de produtividade mais largamente empregada entre as empresas de alta tecnologia. Jeff Sutherland tem sido brilhantemente bem-sucedido em sua missão de pôr esse recurso nas mãos de mais negócios em todo o mundo." – Eric Ries, autor de A startup enxuta
O mundo vem sofrendo um processo de mudança contínuo cada vez mais acelerado. Para quem acredita que deve haver uma maneira mais eficiente de fazer as coisas, Scrum é um livro instigante sobre o processo de liderança e gestão que está transformando a maneira como vivemos.
Instituições que adotaram o método Scrum já registraram ganhos de produtividade de até 1.200%. É por causa dele que a Amazon pode acrescentar um novo recurso em seu site todos os dias, que o Red River Army Depot, no Texas, consegue lançar utilitários blindados 39 vezes mais rápido e que o FBI finalmente criou um enorme banco de dados de rastreamento de terroristas.
Com base em insights de artes marciais, tomadas de decisão judicial, combate aéreo avançado, robótica e muitas outras disciplinas, o método Scrum é prático e fascinante.
Mas a razão mais importante para ler esse livro é que ele pode ajudar você a alcançar o que os outros consideram inatingível – seja inventando uma tecnologia pioneira, planejando um novo sistema educacional, viabilizando um caminho para ajudar os mais pobres ou mesmo estabelecendo os alicerces para a sua família prosperar.