href=”https://www.sitepoint.com/premium/books/scrum-novice-to-ninja”>Scrum: Novice to Ninja, written by M. David Green. Copies are sold in stores worldwide, or you can buy it in ebook form here.
It would be lovely if everything just worked as you expect it to perfectly, from the beginning to the end every single time. That doesn’t happen in the real world. One of the advantages of scrum is that it doesn’t pretend that things are always going to be perfect. Scrum has built-in checks and balances to make sure the team is always responding appropriately to changing conditions, and reinforcing scrum techniques to make sure they support their goals.
Scrum breakdowns tend to follow familiar patterns across organizations. Let’s take a look at a few of the aspects of scrum we’ve discussed, to see where issues are likely to crop up, and how to address them.
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