Single-Team Scrum (STS)
Learn how a single Team can produce results for the Stakeholders by implementing the cleanest, most flexible version of Scrum available.
About the Scrum Handbook: Single-Team Scrum (STS)
by Dan Rawsthorne and Doug Shimp
Scrum is Scrum, and it’s a beautiful thing. We both fell in love with Scrum in the late 1990’s. We realized that Scrum was elegant, agile, and echoed all the good Teams we’d seen in our lives. Since those early days, we have seen, and helped, many teams implement Scrum. We have seen that Scrum can be successfully implemented by a Team if it has the freedom and authority to do so. Of course, each implementation is different in the details, as it adapts to its own environment and situation – but the core of Scrum will be there, and the Team will succeed. Over the years, enlightened Organizations saw how powerful good Teams, led by a single Product Owner, can be. The problem is, these Organizations wanted to know how to make Scrum work for them — they wanted to know how to build their own Scrum Teams — they wanted definitions, recipes, or instructions. That’s why we developed the ScrumH Model of Single-Team Scrum — to show how a single Team can produce Results for Stakeholders by implementing the cleanest, most flexible version of Scrum available. Learn how ScrumH, when applied correctly, can help you adjust rapidly to emerging situations and maximize your organization’s ability to adapt.
A must have concise Scrum handbook!
This book was referred to me by a peer and I highly recommend this book that is well laid out, easy to read with lots of diagrams and a comprehensive glossary to boot, making this book the agile go to resource you keep at arms reach. Professional authors make this a great read from start to finish.