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An Introduction to the Nexus™ Framework

- Simon Bourk
in Resources, Community Publications

In today’s fast pace of living, technology moves at light speed. The industry has had to deploy an impressive workforce to respond to the pace. Product development teams are being created with staff ranging from a few software developers building the product to product teams made up of thousan...


Scale Your Product NOT Your Scrum

- Cesario Ramos
in Resources, Community Publications

Scaling Scrum & Agile has become a very popular topic over the last ten years. You can tell by the number of papers, talks, trainings and certification programs around it. Agile has become its own industry, as more and more enterprises want the benefits that Agile can promise. Over the last ...


Scaled Professional Scrum (Rationale of the Nexus framework)

- Gunther Verheyen
in Resources, Community Publications

Scrum is a framework for developing complex systems. Numerous organizations worldwide have adopted Scrum to become more agile. Many of them have engaged in endeavors to scale their product development done through Scrum. None of these efforts are easy, and each effort faces specific challenges. Eac...


The Origins and Future of Scrum: An Interview with Ken Schwaber

- Scrum Admin
in Resources

In this interview with Dr. Charles Suscheck, Ken Schwaber, one of the signatories of the 2001 Agile Manifesto, describes the first days of Scrum, the biggest threats to agile, and the next big idea in the Scrum framework: evidence-based management.


Empirical Management Explored: Evidence-Based Management for Software Organizations

- Gunther Verheyen
in Resources, Community Publications

The complexity and the creative nature of software development make it a highly fascinating, yet quite unpredictable business. Scrum employs empiricism, systematic inspection and adaptation, to deal with the unpredictability typical to software development. The empirical process is a much better fit...


Evidence-Based Management for Software Organizations

- Scrum Admin
in Resources

Evidence-Based Management (EBMgt™) is an approach to managing software organizations for the value they deliver to the organization as a whole. It relies on the evaluation of valuable outcomes for the company and determines which parts of the software delivery process contribute to them. This ...


‘Evidence-Based Management’ for Software Organizations

- Gunther Verheyen
in Resources

‘Evidence-Based Management’ for software organizations promotes evidence-based decision-making in the managerial domain to create a more sustainable business through improved services in turbulent markets and businesses. Scrum.org, which has Scrum as its DNA and empiricism as guiding pr...


Resurrecting the Much-Maligned Scrum of Scrums

- Charles Bradley
in Resources

I have encountered many in the Agile community who love Scrum but seem to hate on the practice of Scrum of Scrums. Others describe their Scrum of Scrums as an overarching meeting of Scrum Masters, or as a meeting for a Product Owner team. In my experience, however, a Scrum of Scrums is a great way ...


Measuring Success, Measuring Value

- Gunther Verheyen
in Resources

The aim to deliver valuable software is a great, core principle of the agile movement. The difficulty however is that ‘value’ in itself is hardly quantifiable. Yet, I do believe it is imperative to think in terms of value in software development and therefore overcome some fluffiness att...


Agile Value

- Ken Schwaber
in Resources

Every year, organizations spend 4-10% of their revenues on their IT organizations. Value is expected in return for these expenditures. Here, value is defined as the financial benefit that an organization receives for expenditures. When measured, value can encompass an entire organization, or be con...


The Path to Agility

- Ken Schwaber
in Resources

The move is on. More and more organizations are abandoning waterfall and opting for agility. The benefits are overwhelming, documented by Standish Group, the GAO, and DOD. Lately, two approaches to becoming agile have emerged. Watch this talk to learn more about Agility Path™, presen...


Non-Functional Requirements and Scrum

- Ralph Jocham
in Resources

This webcast describes how Non Functional Requirements (NFR) can effectively be addressed with Scrum.


Scrum: Success Ends with Middle Management

- Ken Schwaber
in Resources

Learn more about Agility Path™.


Professional Scrum Developer Objective Domain

- Scrum Admin
in Resources

A Professional Scrum Developer has a knowledge of Scrum and is able to work effectively on a Development Team within the Scrum framework while delivering value in the form of working software. This outline lists those general and specific things a certified Professional Scrum Developer knows.


How to Build the Right Thing

- Cesario Ramos
in Resources


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