Synopses & Reviews
Scrum is a project management tool enabling people with different skill sets to strategize together. This manual is aimed at everyone who works on interactive products in a design and development environment. It contains all of the basic information required for getting started with the project management method Scrum, but also offers a number of in-depth chapters looking at topics which even the most experienced Scrummers have trouble with on a daily basis. If you are experienced, you will find the advanced tips and tricks useful. If you are just considering Scrum, this book will most certainly get you enthusiastic.
Scrum introduction, advanced skills and everyday handbook in one.
About the Author
Pieter Jongerius (author and editor-in-chief) is a partner at the Dutch design agency Fabrique. Pieter has been a pioneer of using Scrum in design and development projects. He was involved in the Scrum projects for clients in retail and fashion amongst others and has written a number of leading articles about Scrum.
Anna Offermans, Anton Vanhoucke, Patrick Sanwikarja and Jeroen van Geel (co-authors), are all senior Scrum masters at Fabrique and have a professional background as interaction designer or director. They have had many years of Scrum experience doing projects for a wide range of industries such as financial, retail, education, and transport.