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  • Title Real Life Scrum
  • Author(s) Jesper Boeg
  • Publisher: InfoQ (December 4, 2012)
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  • eBook PDF (74 pages, 27.26 MB)
  • Language: English
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Real Life Scrum contains the most typical problems teams and organizations encounter when adopting Agile and Scrum. Organizations soon discover it is overly simplistic to say that 'Scrum by the book' is bad or that 'Scrum but' is a failure, since neither will get you very far if you do not understand why you are doing it and the actual tradeoffs you are making.

This mini-book is NOT about finding THE right answer, but aims to highlight common problems, solutions and tradeoffs teams and organizations face in their continuous transition to a more effective use of the principles behind Scrum. It focuses on solving real problems when working with Scrum and prioritizing value delivery, motivation and customer satisfaction higher than the process itself.

Real Life Scrum also includes chapters by expert Agile coaches Liz Keogh and Diana Larsen dealing with the real cost of change and how to act on your retrospective actions. Real Life Scrum is designed as a reference book. Though you are welcome to read the book from front to back the author encourages you to scan the table of contents and browse for those chapters that seem most relevant to your situation.

About the Authors
  • Jesper Boeg has worked as an Agile and Lean coach since early 2006 and is now VP of the department for "Agile Excellence" at Trifork. He has a Masterís degree from Aalborg University in the area of In¨formation Systems and wrote his thesis on how to successfully manage distributed software teams.

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