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Print Books in the LIbrary
Here are some print books in the Mayo Clinic Libraries. Contact the Library if you'd like it sent to your work location. We also appreciate your book suggestions!
Scrum: a step by step pocket guide to make twice the work in half the time with Scrum ★★★ If you want to understand the benefits of Scrum Methodology, then keep Reading ★★★ The introduction of Agile Project Management system has brought a lot of insight into the project management and team development for small, medium, and large scale organizations in the last few years. This flexible, responsive, and powerful process has also caused a massive expansion to the scope of project management, helping project managers and their development team to deliver incredibly saleable products. What's more, in order to deliver optimally, developers of this software development process and project management toolkit has come up with several project management frameworks and methodologies that would help the entire Agile process. One of those methodologies is the Scrum. We may ask: what is Scrum? The need for project participants to respond to changes and situations that arise during the project management process is one of the key functional approaches of the Agile process. Scrum represents one of those Agile methodologies that provide such leverage for project handlers and participants to these demanding business requirements. Scrum is developed to mimic a cooperative rugby strategy which promotes synergy and collaboration among team members even when working at distance. Scrum is technically not a project management framework but a methodology which allows software developers to "inspect and adapt". It operates as a framework that consists of many other applications that can be used to implement other types of projects. Hence, it is considered as an agile project management tool. Typically, projects are handled either by individuals or a team. Scrum is a methodology that targets team. The focus of a team is important for development that would result in a saleable product even while project is still at full swing. Hence, incremental delivery system, technically called 'Sprint' gives team and project participants to be able to involve everyone in the developmental process. Open and study this book to learn the following: The Scrum methodology and its relationship with the Agile Management system. Benefits of using the Scrum framework over other Agile process Step by step procedure of implementing project using the Scrum system The incremental delivery system called 'Sprint', which delivers higher revenue and saleable product. Understanding the Sprint process and related concepts. Scrum Flow and Agile Process Just as one would expect that you ask yourself what benefits would this book be to me, or if you can make this book work for you. Guess what? Even if you have never heard anything about Scrum framework before, you can become Agile by just reading this book. Again, applying the principles written in this book would help you understand the basis of managing projects and delivering quality products that will impact on its ends user. It promises to give you a fresh and new perspective to software development, project management and incremental delivery of product. Would You Like to Know More? "Download Now" Scroll to The Top and Click the ★★★ BUY NOW BUTTON ★★★
Call Number: QA76.76.D47 M66 2020x
The Scrum Fieldbook: a master class on accelerating performance, getting results, and defining the future Based on years of work in the field with scores of companies, including Bosch, 3M, Schlumberger, and Rio Tinto, The Scrum Fieldbook delivers a hands-on, practical approach to rapidly delivering value for companies and organizations. Scrum is the secret weapon behind some of today's most successful companies. Businesses like Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple use Scrum to drive incredibly fast innovation, laser focus on customers, and continuous improvement, and to decrease decision times in order to reshape the world. Scrum is the most utilized Agile framework. In recent years, its use has exploded across the corporate world, far beyond its software and technology roots. J. J. Sutherland and the team at Scrum Inc. have dramatically improved performance at global banks, utility providers, medical device manufacturers, mining giants, and firms on the cutting edge of genetic science. Scrum has helped companies large and small thrive in the age of disruption. In Sutherland's first book, the national bestseller Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time, coauthored with his father, Jeff, the co-creator of Scrum, he laid out the Scrum framework used by almost all of today's leading technology companies. In The Scrum Fieldbook, he draws on his firm's extensive experience in the field to take leaders, managers, and employees deeper into the specific challenges and new opportunities organizations face in an Agile transformation. He shows how the Scrum framework can be successfully applied to any project in any industry, from automobile manufacturers in the U.S. and Europe to nonprofits in Africa, from home renovation contractors in Minnesota to gas exploration companies in South America, from fighter plane builders in Sweden to U.S. Navy Special Forces teams in regions of the world we can't mention.
Call Number: HD58.8 .S8826 2019
Scrum Fundamentals: a beginner's guide to mastery of the scrum project management methodology Do you want to manage projects more effectively? Do you want to increase your team's productivity, collaboration, and deliver business value sooner? Scrum is the leading Agile methodology used by Fortune 500 companies and is transforming businesses everywhere. In this ever-changing world of customer expectations and new technologies, businesses need to be Agile to get ahead and stay there. With Scrum, you can be ready to adapt to the inevitable change. In this book, "Scrum Fundamentals - A Beginner's Guide to Mastery of The Scrum Project Management Methodology," you will learn: How to embrace the Agile mindset The different stages of Scrum How to break down a complex task and prioritize What a Scrum team looks like and how to build one How to run sprints, backed with real-world examples Common mistakes and how to avoid them Meaningful metrics to track progress Applications of Scrum outside of software development How to get started with Scrum and overcome any resistance And more... By the end of this book you will have the confidence to implement Scrum within your organization, how to run your first sprint, and bring others on board. Are you ready to start seeing results? Grab your copy today and transform the way you manage projects and teams. ★★ Buy the Paperback Version of this Book and get the Kindle Book version for FREE ★★
Call Number: QA76.76.D47 C64 2019x
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