Agile Project Management with Scrum (Microsoft Professional) 1st (first) Edition by Schwaber, Ken published by Microsoft Press (2004)

* Read # Agile Project Management with Scrum (Microsoft Professional) 1st (first) Edition by Schwaber, Ken published by Microsoft Press (2004) by Microsoft Press ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Agile Project Management with Scrum (Microsoft Professional) 1st (first) Edition by Schwaber, Ken published by Microsoft Press (2004) John Bonavia said Complements his other Scrum book nicely. This is a good account of Scrum practices as used for real in several case studies, plus some general evangelism and two very useful appendices on Scrum rules and terminology definitions.I do think it has become somewhat hard for Schwaber to imagine what it is like NOT to be familar with Scrum, as it is so deeply embedded in his thinking and practice! For instance, he uses the term sashimi e. James Holmes said Concise read on the val

Agile Project Management with Scrum (Microsoft Professional) 1st (first) Edition by Schwaber, Ken published by Microsoft Press (2004)

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Asin : B00DO8NLDI
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 189 Pages
Publish Date : 0000-00-00
Language : English

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John Bonavia said Complements his other Scrum book nicely. This is a good account of Scrum practices as used "for real" in several case studies, plus some general evangelism and two very useful appendices on Scrum rules and terminology definitions.I do think it has become somewhat hard for Schwaber to imagine what it is like NOT to be familar with Scrum, as it is so deeply embedded in his thinking and practice! For instance, he uses the term "sashimi" e. James Holmes said Concise read on the value of Scrum -- and how to implement it. I bought this after hearing Scott Hansleman talk about it on his scrum podcast at []. I figure Scott seems to have had great success with Scrum at his place of work ([]so any book he recommended on the topic ought to be solid. Indeed it is!The book's laid out in a series of stories which illustrate responsibilities and typical problems to overcome for the Scrum roles of Product Owner, ScrumMaste. Three Stars Too hard for a stranger (like me) to understand

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