Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Give Thanks for Scrum 2013

Every year just before Thanksgiving Agile Boston hosts Give Thanks for Scrum. It is the only time that the two co-creators of Scrum, Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber, speak together, and answer questions.


Jeff gave the latest iteration of his talk, Scrum: The Future of Work, laying out where Scrum came from, the state of the art, and where he sees it going.

People asked for the slides and some of the patterns he discussed. They can be found on this page. You can also find some papers on Distributed Scrum, Scaling Scrum, and Scrum in Church. We hope to have the video up there soon as well.

Happy Thanksgiving!

2 comments:

Katharina Schwarz said...

Hi there,

I work with youth regularly in the form of educational camps. I run projects with them, the main aim is to let them experience the power of teamwork and to learn the subject matter of the camp. After I discovered Scrum I started using Scrum as project management method with them, making a Scrum Board, having them define tasks, calculate time, take on work and meet regularly for updates.

It's awesome!

I want to give thanks here to those who developed Scrum and those who through practice made it easy to use!

Kate

Katharina Schwarz said...

Hi there,

I work with youth regularly in the form of educational camps. I run projects with them, the main aim is to let them experience the power of teamwork and to learn the subject matter of the camp. After I discovered Scrum I started using Scrum as project management method with them, making a Scrum Board, having them define tasks, calculate time, take on work and meet regularly for updates.

It's awesome!

I want to give thanks here to those who developed Scrum and those who through practice made it easy to use!

Kate