“Scrum — A Pocket Guide” in five episodes
Ever since the accidental creation of my book “Scrum — A Pocket Guide” in 2013, and its deliberate evolution in 2019, I’ve been receiving inquiries about an audiobook version. So far, I have not been able to make that happen but the 2020 pandemic storm got me into implementing the audio idea in a different form.
In five subsequent daily broadcasts I have read all chapters from my pocket guide to Scrum.
In Episode 1 (49:07) I have read:
Foreword by Ken Schwaber
1. THE AGILE PARADIGM
1.1 To shift or not to shift
1.2 The origins of Agile
1.3 Definition of Agile
1.4 The iterative-incremental continuum
1.5 Agility can’t be planned
In Episode 2 (55:08) I have read:
1.6 Combining Agile and Lean
2.1 The house of Scrum
2.2 Scrum, what’s in a name?
2.3 Is that a gorilla I see over there?
2.4 Framework, not methodology
2.5 Playing the game (intro)
In Episode 3 (1:04:52) I have read:
2.5 Playing the game (continued)
2.6 Core principles of Scrum
In Episode 4 (57:50) I have read:
2.7 The Scrum values
3. TACTICS FOR A PURPOSE
3.1 Visualizing progress
3.2 The Daily Scrum questions
3.3 Product Backlog refinement
3.4 User Stories
3.5 Planning Poker
3.6 Sprint length
3.7 How Scrum scales
In Episode 5 (32:15) I have read:
4. THE FUTURE STATE OF SCRUM
4.1 Yes, we do Scrum. And…
4.2 The power of the possible product
4.3 The upstream adoption of Scrum
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Enjoy a few hours of listening!