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2017 Scrum Guide Update with Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland

November 7, 2017

Ken and Jeff

Listen to this lively conversation with Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, the creators of Scrum as they re-examine why this system of inspection and adaptation continues to disrupt markets and accelerate innovation.

The Scrum Guide reflects the definition of the Scrum framework as designated by its co-creators. The document, written in 2010 is the single definitive embodiment of Scrum. The Scrum Guide covers Scrum’s roles, events, artifacts, and the simple rules that bind them together into this powerful, light framework.

This unique Guide, like any Scrum practice itself, is regularly iterated through inspection and adaptation by both Ken and Jeff based on feedback from Scrum practitioners, the Scrum Guide User Voice, and their own first-hand experience launching Scrum practices in Fortune 100 companies.

This year the co-authors have met and provided revision and edits to the Guide to allow Scrum to maintain is place as the vanguard for tackling any project.

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