The Elements of Scrum Paperback – 1 Feb 2011
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About the Author
Chris Sims is a Certified Scrum Trainer and agile coach who has been helping teams improve their happiness and productivity since the turn of the century. He has made a living in roles such as: scrum master, product owner, engineering manager, C++ developer, musician, and auto mechanic. Chris is the founder of Agile Learning Labs and a frequent presenter at agile conferences. Hillary Louise Johnson is an author and journalist who has written on innovation, technology and pop culture for Inc Magazine and the Los Angeles Times, and has been editor-in-chief of several print and online publications. As an intellectual property consultant she has drafted numerous technology patents. She is the author of the novel, Physical Culture. Sims and Johnson are the authors of the international bestseller, Scrum: A Breathtakingly Brief and Agile Introduction.
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I'd like to thank the authors ;) ... THANKS !!! :)
After that though, the text improved greatly, and does an excellent job of contextualising Agile among previous, competing methodologies before going into a deep-dive discussion of all the various practices and roles that are used.
A pleasure to read. Will be re-reading and making notes on some of the team games that drive up productivity in particular.
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More diagrams and templates would be useful and some examples of real life use