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2020 Scrum Guide Changes and Updates Explained

2020 Scrum Guide Changes and Updates Explained

The 2020 Scrum Guide contains numerous updates and changes that make it the best guide yet. Scrum co-creator Dr. Jeff Sutherland, along with JJ Sutherland, Avi Schneier, and other members of the Scrum Inc. team explain what’s new in the 2020 Scrum Guide, what’s been removed, and the reason for each of the changes.

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Holiday Gift Guide for the Scrum Enthusiast

Holiday Gift Guide for the Scrum Enthusiast

by Kamaria Hill | December 4, 2020 | Blog Holiday Gift Guide For the Scrum Enthusiast It’s always a delight to find that one gift that perfectly suits the personality of the recipient. It not only elevates your gift-giving status but also comes with the sweet...

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Using Scrum To Improve Cybersecurity In The Department Of Defense

Using Scrum To Improve Cybersecurity In The Department Of Defense

Cybersecurity must continuously evolve, adapt, and be quickly deployed in order to be effective. Failure to keep pace with the innovation of ‘bad actors’ turns the software we rely on into unguarded digital flanks ripe for exploitation and attack. Consultant Denise Jarvie uses case studies and her real-world experience to explain how the Scrum Framework is uniquely suited to mitigate the risks of cyber attacks.

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Cells, Teams, and the 2020 Scrum Guide Update

Cells, Teams, and the 2020 Scrum Guide Update

2020 Scrum Guide The 2020 Scrum Guide is shorter, more focused, and has One Team. In addition to tying the three artifacts to goals with commitments, we addressed two of the biggest challenges in the industry - servant leaders who don’t lead and self-organizing...

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Scrum Guide Release 2020 – Scrum Guide Celebrates 25

Scrum Guide Release 2020 – Scrum Guide Celebrates 25

Dr. Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber hosts a live event featuring the release of the updated Scrum Guide, celebrating 25 years of Scrum. The updated Scrum Guide is leaner but its core remains empirical. The key pillars of Transparency, Inspection and Adaptation remain part of the guide. Updates are based on 25 years of Scrum practiced by you, our Scrum community.

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