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Ken Schwaber's Original Scrum Paper "The Scrum Development Process"

- Ken Schwaber
in Resources

This is Ken Schwaber's original paper on Scrum, based on his presentation on at OOPSLA 1995 where he initially introduced the concept. The stated, accepted philosophy for systems development is that the development process is a well understood approach that can be planned, estimated, and&...


The 8 Stances of a Scrum Master

- Barry Overeem
in Resources, Community Publications

According to the Scrum Guide, the Scrum Master is responsible for ensuring Scrum is understood and enacted. Scrum Masters do this by ensuring that the Scrum Team adheres to Scrum theory, practices, and rules. The Scrum Master is a servant-leader for the Scrum Team. The Scrum Master helps those out...


They Thought It Was Overkill - The Nexus Daily Scrum

- Simon Bourk
in Resources, Community Publications

A small software shop within a government organization where multiple Scrum Teams are serving the same cause is building one product that has several sub-systems. Sometimes, those sub-systems need to be integrated. Mostly, th...


Visualizing the Nexus Sprint Backlog

- Rob Maher
in Resources, Community Publications

The Nexus Sprint Backlog is created during Nexus Sprint Planning. It is a visualization of the work across the Nexus that has dependencies. The purpose of Nexus Sprint Planning is to coordinate the activities of all Scrum Teams in a Nexus for a single Sprint. When many Scrum Teams plan together wi...


Scrum Day Europe 2016 - Scrum Turns 21, What is Next?

- Dave West
in Resources, Community Publications

90% of Agile teams are using Scrum. With over ½ a million people trained and certified. Scrum has become, for many the de-facto standard in Agile team organization. But what is next for Scrum? In this talk we discuss the success and future of Scrum and what needs to happen to Scrum to continu...


AgileNEXT Podcast Featuring Steve Porter

- Steve Porter
in Resources

In this episode of AgileNEXT, Steve Porter joins Daniel and Stephen to discuss his thoughts on his experiences as a consultant, ISV, and now being part of Scrum.org.  Some topics include: Scaling The human side of Agile Cadences Agile outside of IT Star Wars and Agile...


Scrum & Business Intelligence

- Barry Overeem
in Resources, Community Publications

Business Intelligence (BI) projects can be seen as complex, where the amount of unknown requirements and technologies exceeds the known. BI projects are complex due to fast changing information needs and priorities, existence of many users/customers, availability and quality of data, different syste...


Characteristics of a Great Scrum Team

- Barry Overeem
in Resources, Community Publications

According to the Scrum Guide, Scrum is a framework within which people can address complex problems, and productively and creatively develop products of the highest possible value. It’s a tool organizations can use to increase their agility. Within Scrum self-organizing, cross-functional,...


Podcast - Scrum.org CEO Dave West on the Next 20 Years of Scrum at Agile2016

- Dave West
in Resources

Scrum.org CEO and Product Owner Dave West has come a long way from being a RUP Product Manager to where he is today. After realizing RUP wasn't helping developers or enabling them to build great software, Dave took a Scrum class where a light bulb went off. He saw that if you gave a team enough safe...


Cross-Team Refinement in Nexus™

- Rob Maher
in Resources, Community Publications

In Scrum, Product Backlog refinement is an ongoing activity for a single team; however, it is not a mandatory event. As explained in the Nexus Guide, due to the added complexity of many teams working together on a single product, Refinement is an official and required event in the Nexus Framework. T...


Changes to the Scrum Guide - ScrumPulse Episode #14

- Ken Schwaber
in Resources, Community Blogfeed, Scrum.org News, Community Publications, Webcasts

----> Watch Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland as they discuss the changes to The Scrum Guide, why they have made these changes, and why the Scrum Values are so critical to success.


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.


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