Note: This site is being updated with content to fit the 2020 Scrum Guide. It’s currently in a state of flux and will be completed shortly.
Welcome to Scrum 101!
This site offers a free short introduction to Scrum and how it can be used. Scrum is a very simple framework for the creation of new products. It has its roots in empirical processes and lean manufacturing but can be applied to many different domains. Although Scrum is a simple process the implications of introducing Scrum into an organization can be very significant.
Sign up for a free short video course introducing “Scrum”, a modern Agile framework. Presented by one of Scrum’s most experienced Scrum Trainers, Kane Mar, this series of ten short engaging videos examines various aspects of Scrum. Kane’s commercial experience and unique insight provide clear guidance on a range of topics from the Scrum flow to artifacts and ceremonies.
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People tend to interpret Scrum within the context of their current project management methodologies. They apply Scrum rules and practices without fully understanding the underlying principles of self-organization, emergence, and visibility and the inspection/adaptation cycle. They don’t understand that Scrum involves a paradigm shift from control to empowerment, from contracts to collaboration, and from documentation to code.Ken Schwaber, Agile Project Management with Scrum 2006.
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