Lean Product Development using Scrum
Last updated on 2013-07-06
About the Book
Scrum is a powerful and effective framework for creating useful products and services. It embeds a combination of Agile and Lean principles and practices to allow Scrum teams and software organisations to learn, improve and adapt in complex domains while delivering valuable solutions to customer problems.
Well, that's the theory anyway. The reality is that in order to get the maximum benefits from an iterative and incremental framework such as Scrum, a fundamentally Lean approach is required. Unfortunately, many Scrum implementations lack at their core the Lean thinking and Agile mindset that are required to have any chance of achieving the kind of results that Scrum proponents promise.
Drawing on principles and practices from such works as the Agile Manifesto, Lean Startup, Real Options and Kanban, this book describes how a Lean approach to your Scrum adoption can dramatically increase your chances of creating successful products and services.
It provides real, practical advice from the author's and others' experiences and cites concrete examples of successful Lean-Scrum implementations in a variety of project domains.
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