Every team member answers three questions - 1. It may also be the case that Scrum has become a default technique Didn't enjoy this book quite so much as the other Agile books I have read. The 4-Hour Workweek, Expanded and Updated. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout.
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On the other hand, the other case studies aren't very interesting or insightful, and just seem like a long-form way of describing the Scrum methodology. At the end of the iteration, team presents its output to the stakeholders. Helps us learn rapidly.
Every team member answers three questions - 1. Nov 12, Caroline Gordon rated it liked it Shelves: It consists of tasks, each task of 4 to 16 hours. May 03, Micah Tan rated it it was ok. Optimal team size for Scrum managemeht 7 people. As an aspiring agile product manager you might find yourself in a place where you need to bring the rest of the organisation along with you on the journey towards agile, so agile project management skills often come in handy.
I liked how stories are organised and that there are wcrum "Lessons learned".
Agile Project Management With Scrum
I think it would be very difficult to someone who hasn't used scrum before to start working from this book however if you have used scrum its very useful for getting insight into where you may slip up, or to help get better adoption within the business.
Oct 17, Mark rated it really liked it Shelves: It may also be the case that Scrum has become a default technique to espouse the core values of Agile.
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Mar 08, Sicofonia rated it really liked it. It feels rushed and amateur. The book is also very badly formatted for the Kindle.
Agile Project Management With Scrum
Didn't enjoy this book quite so much as the other Agile books I have read. Common schwaebr, a deeper discussion of tensions in applying the framework to different types of organizations and situations, and an exploration of different methodologies that still fit within the Scrum framework would have been preferred.
It also doesn't address specific question I had about how to handle maintenance bug fixes and triage of live productsgeographically distributed teams, and so on. Open Preview See a Problem?
It then selects scrym functionality it can convert into shippable product in one increment. Want to Read saving…. Gain the foundation in Scrum theory—and practice—you need to: Scrum isn't supposed to be about individual heroes and I felt this was space that could have been used for a common scenario.
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This artifact is never complete, it evolves over time based on sprint progress and business requirements. The author also refers to "the principle of common sense" and says it is a Scrum ahile.
The layout and oRdering of the chapters could have been better, for example, the chapter "product owner" doesn't even explain what a product owner is, so this book must be read from a beginning msnagement an end in order to be understood, a big minus, I think.
What is a bug tracking and its benefits?? Jan 11, Daniel Halliday rated it really liked it Shelves: The 4-Hour Workweek, Expanded and Updated.
Gain the foundation in Scrum theory—and practice—you need to: