The latest edition of the Scrum Guide has been launched by Scrum co-creators Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland. The biggest change in this version of the Guide is the inclusion of the Scrum Values.
InfoQ spoke to Ken Schwaber about the new and updated assessment programs launched by Scrum.org. He shares the vision of Scrum.org for 2015.
Three of the organisations in the fractured Scrum community have jointly announced their collaboration and endorsement of the new ScrumGuides.org website as the official source of “The Scrum Guide, The Definitive Guide to Scrum: The Rules of the Game.”
Scrum.org announced that it is no longer mandatory to do a Professional Software Developer 1 course to do the PSD 1 assessment and become certified.
What's happened with scrum extensions since our 4th quarter 2011 update? We asked Alex Armstrong, VP Business Development and Director of Programs at Scrum.org. This article summarizes our interview and discussion with Alex and gives the latest proposed scrum extensions.
In the last day several blogs have mentioned the interests of Dr. Jeff Sutherland, co-inventor of scrum, in an obscure and somewhat derided area of medical science: electronic medicine. This article covers the controversy.
This is the 4th quarter 2011 update of scrum extensions. InfoQ will be looking at proposed and approved extensions each quarter to see how scrum changes and evolves.
Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, the co-creators of Scrum, updated the Scrum Guide. The update focuses on the framework, rules, and ceremonies of Scrum, removing specifics about strategies and techniques. An accompanying Scrum Update document provides a statement of refinements that clarifies some of the finer points of the Scrum Framework.
Ken Schwaber is the co-creator of Scrum with Jeff Sutherland. This is Part 3 of a multi-part interview with Ken, covering Scrum credentialing and testing, Scrum coaching, Agile certification for Java developers, and more.
Ken Schwaber is the co-creator of Scrum with Jeff Sutherland. This is Part 2 of a multi-part interview with Ken, covering Scrum credentialing and testing, Scrum coaching, the influence of the Kanban Method for managing complex work, Ken's thoughts on the future of knowledge work, and more.
Ken Schwaber is the co-creator of Scrum with Jeff Sutherland. He is a signatory of the Agile Manifesto, a founder of the Agile Alliance, and responsible for founding the Scrum Alliance and creating the Certified Scrum Master program. Ken speaks candidly in this interview series.