Scrum Basics: A Very Quick Guide to Agile Project Management Kindle Edition by Tycho Press
Scrum Basics: A Very Quick Guide to Agile Project Management
The Elements of Agile and Scrum in a Nutshell
Whether you’re new to agile software development or considering
Scrum for general project management, Scrum Basics compiles all of the
essentials into one handy little guide. Learn how agile teams use Scrum,
• A simple summary of agile project management basics like the Agile Manifesto and 12 Agile Principles
• A concise overview of Scrum roles, artifacts, and activities
• A well-organized breakdown of Scrum practices with helpful illustrations and advice
• A troubleshooting FAQ and 5 case studies to help you visualize Scrum in action
Print Length: 86 pages
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I have to admit, before reading this Kindle Edition of Scrum Basics, I had no idea what Scrum was or its relevance to me and my life. I like that they took what was not working and costing a lot of time and money and changed it, even though those practices had been successful for other industries in the past. Through creative problem solving and continuous direct communication they found a way to solve their issues together. I like that this book is easy to read and a nice guide to follow for agile project management.
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