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Learn this team performance framework to improve results, achieve flow and your higher purpose!

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SCRUM: The Art Of Doing Twice The Work In Half The Time

By Jeff Sutherland

Scrum is a team performance framework—a new way of thinking and working—that delivers more results, at higher quality, and at lower cost. When mastered, Scrum not only delivers superb team performance, but can transform how we think and work to achieve flow and our higher purpose.

In this summary, you’ll learn:
• Why the “way we do things” doesn’t work;
• The pitfalls of traditional planning and planning insights that can better deliver your key priorities;
• Why you should focus on improving team (not individual) performance, and how to do that;
• How to minimize time and resource wastage, and build growth and happiness into your organizational processes; and
• How to implement Scrum to transform hthe way you think and work.

Who should read this:
• Leaders, managers, and professionals involved in product development or project management.
• Anyone who wants to learn about scrum, agile, and modern management techniques.

4 reviews for Scrum

  1. Jose Papo

    The book is basic for someone who already studies and practices Agile Methodologies for a long time. But the book deserves five stars because goes on the Why of Scrum, Why Scrum works and how it is adapted to the new realities of work in the 21st century… strongly recommended to beginner and intermediate users of Scrum. [Review from GoodReads]

  2. Josh Steimle

    Quite possibly the most important business book I’ve ever read, in terms of making a tangible impact on how I run my business, and how I want to run my life. [Review from GoodReads]

  3. Mark Manderson

    Fantastic book that outlines a very simple and effective method to streamline your work. Eliminate towers of knowledge and gain transparency so all can help and understand the ultimate goal. Will keep this in my library and refer to yearly as a reread. [Review from GoodReads]

  4. Steve

    This isn’t a guide to Scrum per-se. Which is probably good, since there are lots of guides to scrum at the practices at varying levels of details. What this book does is talk help you understand the value of scrum through stories…. This is not the only book on Scum you need. But if you want motivation to explore more about Scrum, or if you have been practicing Scrum for a while and are looking for inspiration, give this book a read. [Review from GoodReads]

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