Scrum Insights for Practitioners is a perfect companion to The Scrum Guide that helps the practitioners master the Scrum framework by gaining in-depth practical insights and helps answer:
*The certification guide for PSM I, PSM II, PSM III
*What are some common myths, mysteries, and misconceptions of Scrum?
*The Scrum Guide recommends three to nine members in a Development Team, but we have fifteen members. Is this Scrum?
*Can you share some tactics to do effective Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective, and Product Backlog Refinement?
*My designation is development manager. Does this mean I have no role in Scrum?
*How is Scrum Empirical?
*Can Scrum Master and Product Owner be the same person?
*We don’t have a Scrum Master. Are we still practicing Scrum?
*What does Self-Organization really mean?
Recommendation for the Book:
"This book is really good and awesome.Book contains the topics in a reality and practical perspective. This book is really helpful for PSM certifications", Vinayswetharani
"Hi Hiren, Got 77/80 in PSM1 !!! Your book is an absolute Bible on Scrum! Thank you!", Sashidhar Jeevanigi
"In this small book, Hiren Doshi sets out to make the Scrum framework more easy to learn. For each section of the Scrum Guide you can get clarifications and advice for application from small book.. A lot of the book is bullets with facts or observations for you to ponder. Its contents is strikingly accurate.... I know of no other source that does this", Henrik Berglund
"Excellent addition to the Scrum Guide! Gives insight into day to day scrum, highlighting the core of scrum. Will promote it in my network", Frank Hepkema
"There are numerous books about Scrum - this begins where most writers stop ... Here, not only the Scrum Guide is reworded, but knowledge and experience are conveyed by one who has his knowledge", Amazon Reader
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)
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