ScrumLab is the definitive catalog of Scrum knowledge, theory, and research. It's 20 years of practicing, consulting, and teaching Scrum distilled into an interactive online resource. Here you will find the tools to understand, implement, and accelerate your Scrum.
ScrumLab Open is a free resource that explains the basic framework, roles and key patterns. A ScrumLab Prime membership gives you access to detailed analysis of the Scrum framework, the latest research, and advanced topics. Prime members enjoy unrestricted access to all online courses, exclusive events, and advanced topics such as Agile Architecture or how to organize distributed Scrum teams.
Free to everyone, ScrumLab Open covers all the roles, ceremonies, and artifacts; the fundamentals of Scrum. Topics includes clear definitions, insightful videos from the inventor of Scrum as well as published papers and patterns on best Scrum Practices. ScrumLab open is perfect for the Scrum curious, the Scrum beginner and the advanced practitioner looking to buttress their fundamentals. Click on the Sprint image on your right to get a visual guide to the Scrum framework.
ScrumLab Prime is the definitive resource for the latest research, thought and practice of Scrum. It is designed not only to help Teams increase their Velocity and continuously improve but to help drive revenue. ScrumLab Prime is packed with expanded content that includes insightful videos, papers and patterns from some of the leading minds in Scrum.
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Hyper-Productive metrics are designed to help Scrum Masters carefully tune their teams into a hyper-productive state. Hyper-Productivity is defined as a 400% increase in Velocity over the baseline Vel...
Getting to Done
One of the key principles in the Agile Manifesto is to have working software at the end of every sprint. Yet, only 20% of teams that call themselves ’agile’ actually do this. That is a lot of bad agil...
Scrum in Sales
Scrum's origins are in software development, but it is often used in other domains. Manufacturing, education, contracting, defense, even non-profit work. One area of early success in adopting Scrum ha...
Scaling Scrum is a challenge that many large organizations face as they implement Teams across more and more of their operations. Coordinating multiple Teams that are working on multiple projects can ...