Scrum Tales: Stories From a Scrum Master’s Diary

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 31, 2015), May 31, 2015 - Computers - 105 pages

 Scrum is a lightweight framework that is easy to understand but difficult to master. The journey from understanding Scrum to mastering it is interesting. A lot of interesting incidents can be recollected from our experience with Scrum, which leads us to some learning and a better understanding of Scrum. This book analyzes a few scenarios that are taken from the experiences of different Scrum teams. This will give a better understanding of Scrum for anyone associated with it. A Scrum Master can relate the topics to his day-to-day experiences. A Scrum Coach or a Scrum Trainer will gain ready-to-use examples. This will help in answering many situational questions on Scrum.

 

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Contents

Preface
Keep It Visible
UnTitle Ourselves
Divide and Conquer not Split and Claim
Are We Ready for the Sprint
Nothing More Nothing Less
The Incremental Review
Time to Deliver
Refine the Refinement
Time Your Plan and Plan Your Time
Develop in Cadence
Coaching on the
The Long Review
A Fancy Sprint
It is not a Silver Bullet
Single Neck But All Responsible

The Plan that Emerges
The Right Mixture
Finish to Start
It is Our Plan
The Magical 15 Minutes
Welcoming the Changes
The Hierarchical View
It Evolves
Inside the Timebox
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