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Flexibility, learning, innovation

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Scrum is a framework that allows us to find emerging practices in complex domains such as the management of innovation projects. It is not a complete process, much less a methodology. Instead of providing a complete and detailed description of how the project tasks should be performed, it generates a relational and iterative context, of inspection and constant adaptation where those involved are to create their own process.

 
 
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Through this book you will learn:

  • The factors that led to agile methodologies
  • The values ​​and principles of the Agile Manifesto
  • Complexity contexts where Scrum is more efficient
  • Scrum values and principles
  • Scrum Team Roles
  • Responsibilities and expectations of each role
  • Scrum workflow elements and activities
  • Agile analysis and evolutionary development techniques
  • How to communicate needs (User Stories)
  • Agile estimations
  • Medium and long term planning
  • Budgeting agile projects
 

 
 
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