The rules and practices for Scrum—a simple process for managing complex projects—are few, straightforward, and easy to learn. But, Scrum’s simplicity itself—its lack of prescription—can be disarming, and new practitioners often find themselves reverting to old project management habits and tools and yielding lesser results. In this illuminating series of case studies, Scrum co-creator and evangelist Ken Schwaber identifies the real-world lessons—the successes and failures—culled from his years of experience coaching companies in agile project management. Through them, you’ll understand how to use Scrum to solve complex problems and drive better results—delivering more valuable software faster.
About the Author
Ken Schwaber codeveloped the Scrum process with Jeff Sutherland in the early 1990s to help organizations struggling with complex development projects. One of the signatories to the Agile Manifesto in 2001, he subsequently founded the AgileAlliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation of agile software, and currently serves as its chairman of the board. A 30-year veteran of the software development industry, he teaches and speaks at numerous conferences, including OOPSLA and Software Development.