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Agile Project Management with Scrum by Ken Schwaber

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Summary

There you have it: the theory, the skeleton, the heart, the roles, the flow, and the artifacts of Scrum. For more of the how, why, and what of Scrum, refer to the Appendixes for more resources, a glossary of terms, and the Scrum rules. But remember that just as my bike trips in eastern Massachusetts don’t qualify me for the Tour de France, the knowledge I’ve imparted in this chapter doesn’t qualify you to manage a project with Scrum. For this, you need some practice and some understanding of Scrum being applied in real situations. That’s what the next chapters are about—the practice of Scrum.

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