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Scrum
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Quick, Lean, and Simple
Not: Fat, Slow, and Complicated!
KISS: Keep It Simple, Stupid


An Agile Development Process Framework

{o Orgins of Scrum | Readings | Fair Warnings | All the rest... o}
Origins of Scrum

Readings
  • Jeff Sutherland, Ken Schwaber: The Scrum Papers: Nuts, Bolts, and Origins of an Agile Process [PDF]
  • Ken Schwaber, Mike Beedle: Agile Software Development with Scrum
  • Ken Schwaber: Agile Project Management with Scrum
  • Henrik Kniberg: InfoQ: Scrum and XP from the Trenches *** Highly Recommended ***
  • Norman L. Kerth: Project Retrospectives - A Handbook for Team Reviews
    • Big projects fail when all of the following conditions are true:
      * Important decisions were made poorly or were not made at all.
      * Safeguards that should reveal problems early did not exist or did not work.
      * Team members either could not or would not speak up to say that the project was in trouble,
      or if they did say something, their words were not heeded.

Fair Warnings
  • → that dubious "ScrumMaster" and ...og hvad så? sort of includes me (but I hope to get more experienced along the way :o)
My ScrumMaster Certification Class Picture

All the rest...

DONE
No more known work!

Committed
Ham/bacon vs. eggs - comitted vs. involved/contributed vs. dead (pig)
The Pig and the Chicken
(from Implementing Scrum)

Dead Pig
(from The official Dilbert website)
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