Short review of
60 Minute Scrum
by Stewart Lancaster
3 sentence personal summary of book:
Scrum is a self-proclaimed “empirical” method of making progress. Scrum teams are normally 5 to 9 people that meet daily for the “daily scrum” for a maximum of 15 minutes, and a longer weekly scrum to organize the work going to be done for the week. Scrum team consist of 3 main roles: Scrum Master(servant leader), Scrum Product Owner(liaison between team and stakeholders), Scrum Team Members (the individual professionals performing the incremental progress).
“Anyone working in the projects space today will no doubt be familiar with the pressure to deliver too much with too few resources.”
“Scrum is a light-weight framework built predominantly on Agile principles which has often been described as ‘easy to learn, hard to master’.”
A picture representation Scrum: