Scrum

# Scrum ☆ PDF Read by # Jeff Sutherland, JJ Sutherland eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. Scrum Its how the FBI finally created a massive terrorist-tracking database. Scrum (which gets its name from the formation in rugby in which the whole team locks its arms to gain control of the ball) is the reason that can launch a new feature on its website every day. At bottom, Scrum is about coming together with your team, looking at what youre doing, and course correcting. It may be the key to solving some of this eras most intractable problems. Please note: The author has intent

Scrum

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Rating : 4.45 (783 Votes)
Asin : B00NHZ6PPE
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Number of Pages : 368 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-12-12
Language : English

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It's how the FBI finally created a massive terrorist-tracking database. Scrum (which gets its name from the formation in rugby in which the whole team locks its arms to gain control of the ball) is the reason that can launch a new feature on its website every day. At bottom, Scrum is about coming together with your team, looking at what you're doing, and course correcting. It may be the key to solving some of this era's most intractable problems. Please note: The author has intentionally omitted three consecutive pages of the 256-page print edition from this audiobook.. But the promise of Scrum as a project management tool extends far beyond business. Much as Atul Gawande did in The Checklist Manifesto, Sutherland shows how this unique approach to problem solving and team optimization has nearly universal application. By the man who helped invent the red-hot management process known as "Scrum", Scrum unveils what is wrong with the way we currently do work, and how a simple set of principles, applied in exactly the right sequence, can accelerate productivity and quality as much as 1,200 percent. It's why the Red River Army Depot in Texas was able to roll out armored Humvees 39 times faster than before. The reason for the rapid embrace of Scrum across so many disciplines is

Inspiration for Applying Scrum Steve Berczuk The first thing to know is that this isn't a detailed guide to Scrum practices, though there is a summary of the key practices in an appendix. Since there are lots of guides to Scrum at the practices at varying levels of details, having more about what the practices are would not add a lot of value. This book does inform you . Bas Vodde said Nice stories, not a good Scrum book. I had mixed feeling when I saw this book. On one hand, I was excited about a Scrum book by Jeff Sutherland, one of the co-creators of Scrum. On the other hand, the title of the book actually bothered me. “The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time” felt wrong as a title for a Scrum book. Scrum and Agile deve. The story of Scrum Solid read. The book is about the story of Sutherland developing the process known as Scrum. It's only partially a guide to implementing the process. For me, that's great. Telling people why they should do something is more important than telling them what to do. And Scrum isn't that complicated a process anyway. The absolute

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