In This Chapter
Finding support for successful scrum transitions
Getting involved with scrum communities
Accessing resources for ongoing scrum learning
Many organizations, websites, blogs, and companies exist to provide information about and support for scrum. To help you get started, I’ve compiled a list of key resources that you can use to support your journey with scrum.
You can use my online Cheat Sheet as a companion to this book as you start implementing the scrum framework outlined in the previous chapters. You’ll find helpful resources there for staying on track with scrum.
The Scrum Alliance is a nonprofit professional membership organization that promotes the understanding and usage of scrum. The alliance achieves this goal by promoting scrum training and certification classes, hosting international and regional scrum gatherings, and supporting scrum user groups. The Scrum Alliance site is rich in blog entries, white papers, case studies, and other tools for learning and working with scrum. Scrum Alliance certifications include