Essential Scrum
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Essential Scrum

A Practical Guide to the Most Popular Agile Process

Scrum Made Clear

by David Meyer

A clear, practical, applicable guide to Scrum’s innate complexities and elegant simplicities.

Certified Scrum trainer Kenneth S. Rubin has taught more than 18,000 people in more than 200 companies about the principles and methods of Scrum. He was the first managing director of the worldwide Scrum Alliance. His diagrams, tables and charts expertly illustrating every element of Scrum appear on almost every page of this hands-on manual. Rubin’s exhaustive, step-by-step description of Scrum will greatly assist leaders who are new to Agile and Scrum methodologies. These 400 pages about Scrum – including 22 pages of definitions – may be all any aspiring Scrum team member needs.

Multiple Scrum experts, solution architects, consultants and Agile coaches hail this as the crucial Scrum text. Given Scrum’s at times opaque nature and fundamental complexity, it seems the layperson could not go wrong by trusting these experts’ judgment and exploring Rubin’s vision of Scrum.

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