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The Scrum Field Guide
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Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: Scrum: Simple, Not Easy
  • Part I: Getting Prepared
  • Chapter 2: Getting People on Board
  • Chapter 3: Using Team Consultants to Optimize Team Performance
  • Chapter 4: Predicting Team Velocity
  • Chapter 5: Implementing the Scrum Roles
  • Chapter 6: Determining Sprint Length
  • Chapter 7: How Do You Know You're Done?
  • Chapter 8: The Case for a Full-Time ScrumMaster
  • Part II: Field Basics
  • Chapter 9: Why Engineering Practices Are Important in Scrum
  • Chapter 10: Core Hours
  • Chapter 11: Release Planning
  • Chapter 12: Decomposing Stories and Tasks
  • Chapter 13: Keeping Defects in Check
  • Chapter 14: Sustained Engineering and Scrum
  • Chapter 15: The Sprint Review
  • Chapter 16: Retrospectives
  • Part III: First Aid
  • Chapter 17: Facilitating a Productive Daily Scrum
  • Chapter 18: The Fourth Question in Scrum
  • Chapter 19: Keeping People Engaged with Pair Programming
  • Chapter 20: Adding New Team Members
  • Chapter 21: When Cultures Collide
  • Chapter 22: Sprint Emergency Procedures
  • Part IV: Advanced Survival Techniques
  • Chapter 23: Sustainable Pace
  • Chapter 24: Delivering Working Software
  • Chapter 25: Optimizing and Measuring Value
  • Chapter 26: Up-Front Project Costing
  • Chapter 27: Documentation in Scrum Projects
  • Chapter 28: Outsourcing and Offshoring
  • Chapter 29: Prioritizing and Estimating Large Backlogs-The Big Wall
  • Chapter 30: Writing Contracts
  • Part V: Wilderness Essentials
  • Chapter 31: Driving to Done through Collaboration
  • Chapter 32: How Story Points Relate to Hours
  • Chapter 33: Immersive Interviewing and Hiring
  • Chapter 34: Aligning Incentives with Outcomes
  • Chapter 35: Risk Management in Scrum
  • Appendix: Scrum Framework
  • Index

About the Author

Mitch Lacey, founder of Mitch Lacey & Associates, Inc., helps companies reach their maximum potential by building high-performing organizations through the adoption of agile practices, including Scrum and XP. Mitch's rich, practical experience and his pragmatic approach are trusted by many companies including Adobe Systems, Aera Energy, Bio-Rad, EchoStar, Microsoft, Oracle, Qualcomm, Salem Hospital, SAP, Sony, and more. He is a CST, a PMI Project Management Professional (PMP), and an Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP). Mitch has served on the board of directors for the Agile Alliance and the Scrum Alliance. Learn more at www.MitchLacey.com.

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