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We distributed copies to the dev and management teams, and everyone found the necessary hour or two to read through it. Having done so, we all now have good general knowledge of what Scrum is about, which has helped to set the ball rolling for discussion and implementation.
It doesn't answer a lot of the questions that are likely to be asked of course, so if you're a Scrum-Master-to-be you'll want to make sure that you've done a bit more reading around!
This is Agile, done in an agile fashion.
A few more examples wouldn't have hurt, but this would be great to read alongside The Phoenix Project, which provides a fictional story of how Agile and DevOps work for a failing business, helping them to turn around.
Out of ten, I'd give this book - ten :-)
I bought it to research Agile and Scrum before I went on a course and it has helped immensely.
I knew i needed to learn scrum but had no understanding at all about it until i got this book.
This book is very simple to read and clear and to the point, i have read through it twice already and will probably read it once more to really grasp the terms.
I am so impressed with Scrum that i have started to use it in my day to day management of my development team and we have instant results. i am now able to have accountability on work items and can clearly identify where skills are lacking, this alone is amazing. Thanks
Content is pretty good and covers the basics, should only really be seen as an introduction and to be fair I don't think it attempts to position itself as anything else.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good read, but really brief. I read it before attending Scrum Master course, so it was relevant to me.Published 20 hours ago by Monika
A very good concise summary of what scrum, sprints, tasks etc is
Good book for introduction and over view !
Short easy read on scrum. Very highlevel but good a good insight into the process. Don't expect to be a scrum master after reading this book, but if you need to participate in a... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
It does what it says on the tin! A good introduction to scrum methodologies and best practices. Any criticism would be that it doesn't give many examples but then it would be a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
For 99p, this book will give you all the foundation you need to implement scrum.Published 1 month ago by XycenH
Even if your not from I.T sector, this is a briiliant way of acheiving work efficiently with room for continuous feedback and improvement.Published 2 months ago by Am
This summarised read goes to the point, focuses on specifics and can be seen as almost a checklist, which is what I was after.Published 2 months ago by kissoq
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