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The Enterprise and Scrum

Get the practical guidance you need to apply Scrum enterprise wide--straight from a leader and innovator in the agile process movement. Agile development methods, such as Scrum, have been shown to produce improvements in speed, quality, and cost. However, the practices within Scrum, such as self-managing teams, are often so different from the norm at most enterprises and cause an organizational reaction. The productivity and quality benefits of Scrum pose a compelling reason to make such changes--moving it from the small team to the enterprise level. And as Scrum crosses to the mainstream, executives need to know how to manage the necessary change processes…

Submitted:Sep 6, 2007
Author:Ken Schwaber
Brand:Microsoft Press
Total comments:0
Category:New Business Enterprises
18 diggs • 0 comments • Sep 6, 2007

Ken Schwaber's 3rd book on Scrum at the Enterprise level

A good book explaining how to scale Scrum