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Lean-Agile Pocket Guide for Scrum Teams
– May 1, 2009
The Lean-Agile Pocket Guide for Scrum Teams is a useful reference for Scrum teams who have had some basic training and want to use Scrum in the context of Lean. It is designed to assist the transition to effective Scrum practices that enable enterprise delivery of value to customers. While this is not a book on Lean practices, it is presented in a manner that is consistent with Lean thinking. This book collects in one spot the good practices we have learned and observed as we have trained thousands of teams in Lean and Agile software development, including Scrum. Lean-Agile covers many principles and practices. There are several flavors of Agile methods in the marketplace, Scrum being the most popular at the moment. This Pocket Guide is designed to reinforce the Lean-Agile thinking that you, as a member of a Scrum team, are developing as you use Scrum to develop software products. To get the most use of this tool, you and your team should have already had a training course, such as Implementing Scrum for Your Team by Net Objectives. Scrum is much more a way of thinking about the process of software product development, than it is a particular set of practices. This guide offers a brief review of the basic drivers and motivations of Scrum and the principles and practices that form the Lean-Agile way of thinking, which underpins Scrum. You and your team are responsible for the process you use to create products. Before you can improve, you must know how to think in this new paradigm of Lean-Agile. It will help you avoid much wasted time and effort.
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Paperback: 172 pages
Publisher: Lean-Agile Press; 1st edition (May 1, 2009)
8.9 x 5.9 x 0.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
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