Breaks Down the Structure of Scrum

Breaks Down the Structure of Scrum

Jeff Sutherland Breaks Down the Structure of Scrum and some awesome quotes

“It was the Scrum Master’s job to guide the team toward continuous improvement—to ask with regularity, “How can we do what we do better?” Ideally, at the end of each iteration, each Sprint, the team would look closely at itself—at its interactions, practices, and processes—and ask two questions: “What can we change about how we work?” and “What is our biggest sticking point?” If those questions are answered forthrightly, a team can go faster than anyone ever imagined.”
― Jeff Sutherland, Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time

“The thing that cripples communication saturation is specialization—the number of roles and titles in a group. If people have a special title, they tend to do only things that seem a match for that title. And to protect the power of that role, they tend to hold on to specific knowledge.”
― Jeff Sutherland, Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time

“Agile Manifesto.” It declared the following values: people over processes; products that actually work over documenting what that product is supposed to do; collaborating with customers over negotiating with them; and responding to change over following a plan. Scrum is the framework I built to put those values into practice. There is no methodology.”
― Jeff Sutherland, Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time

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