In the past year (gulp :-)) I realize I’ve posted some writing of interest to regular readers of this site.
The ScrumAlliance has started publishing the Agile Atlas – our definition of Scrum. Those who keep score, yes, this definition agrees with the current Scrum Guide. As part of that it has also started publishing GASPs – Generally Accepted Scrum Practices. I teamed up with Charles Bradley to write User Stories.
Scrum By Example: The Daily Stand-up – another story of John and his team this team as they struggle to make their standup effective.
Promoting Agile in Waterfall Culture: This will probably be the earliest story of John and his team. John’s VP Shawna is under a lot of pressure to deliver. John mentions Scrum and she tells him: “how Scrum is perfect for cowboys and undisciplined teams but it doesn’t work in the real world.” Learn how John recovers.
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