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  • The Game Master's Framework for Software Development

    The Game Master Framework for Software (GeMs) combines role-playing concepts with software development, effectively creating a framework to deliver software in complex and chaotic environments. GeMs allows you to use your skills from playing Warhammer, WoW, Dungeons, or dragons, and C’thulu, to create software. GeMs combes gaming tactics with software creation.

  • Q&A on Save our Scrum

    The book Save our Scrum by Matt Heusser and Markus Gärtner provides advice for teams to implement Scrum. It explores what teams that are having difficulties doing Scrum can do to get out of trouble and find better ways to use Scrum. An interview about the knowledge level of people that are doing Scrum and "saving Scrum", pursuing business value, how Scrum fails, and adopting and tailoring Scrum.

  • Q&A with Jeff Sutherland on Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time

    In his new book Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time, Jeff Sutherland explains how the Scrum framework can be used as a general business practice to accelerate work of all kinds. An interview with Jeff about using Scrum outside software development, characteristics of great teams, increasing happiness, product owner teams, and on experiences from applying Scrum for education.

  • Book Review and Q&A on Being Agile: Your Roadmap to Successful Adoption of Agile

    The book Being Agile: Your Roadmap to Successful Adoption of Agile by Mario E. Moreira aims to help organizations to adopt and agile mindset and culture to deploy agile methods and practices. It provides a roadmap that can be used to consider, understand, deploy and adapt agile in organizations and explains how you can empower teams and incorporate customer feedback using agile practices.

  • Leveraging the Practice of "Being Agile" to Design an Agile Management Curriculum

    This article by a group of UC Berkeley Extension Agile Management Program participants describes one approach to communicating and enhancing the exceptional value possible when the practice and personal experience of Agile values and principles is used as a foundational Agile Management curriculum element, enabling effective adaptation and application of Agile practices in many contexts.