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Geschichten vom Scrum: Von Sprints, Retrospektiven und agilen Werten

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In der agilen Welt bedient man sich gerne der uralten Tradition des Geschichtenerzählens, um Wissen zu vermitteln und Inhalte erlebbar zu machen. Der Autor illustriert in diesem Sinne anhand eines fiktiven Projekts die Werte, Konzepte und Praktiken von Scrum:

König Schærmæn der Weißnichtwievielte hat eine Vision: Er möchte die beste und flexibelste Drachenfalle aller Zeiten
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Paperback, 264 pages
Published 2010 by dpunkt
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Thorsten Hans
Jan 28, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Geschichten von Scrum lässt sich sehr gut und flüssig lesen. Die kreierte Fantasy-Story hat zumindest bei mir dazu geführt dass ich das Buch schnell gelesen habe und es seitdem auch gerne weiterempfehle. Viele andere Bücher zum Thema Scrum sind trocken und nüchtern geschrieben, dieses definitiv nicht
Kai Weber
Aug 06, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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It's a great idea to entice people into a new project management technique like Scrum by telling them stories. This is an entertaining, funny fairy-tale that relates the story of a Scrum team consisting of a prince, a knight, a witch, a ghost, a grandfather and a Cinderella. Advised by a unicorn they are working on the construction of a dragon trap. The king asks them to run this project in an agile way and use scrum.
The book definitely cannot replace a non-fictional, systematic introduction to
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Collin Rogowski
Apr 26, 2010 rated it it was ok
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Lustig geschrieben. Wenn man schon einige Scrum Bücher gelesen hat, lernt man nicht viel neues. Wenn man noch keins gelesen hat, ist es vielleicht etwas verwirrend... Eignet sich also am ehesten als Zweitlektüre neben der Einführung von Pichler oder Gloger.
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