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CSM-WSCharlestonMay2012

Page history last edited by Joe Little 8 years, 4 months ago

If you want access to PDF files of the deck we used, contact Julia at Julia.Hill@LeanAgileTraining.com .  (Note for public readers: You must also be a CSM/CSPO we trained.)

 

Read or finish reading the following:

Agile Project Management with Scrum by Ken Schwaber.

http://www.infoq.com/minibooks/scrum-xp-from-the-trenches

The Scrum Guide  http://agileconsortium.pbworks.com/w/page/23740731/Scrum%20Guide

 

Again, the Scrum Guide is the main source for questions on the CSM Evaluation.

 

You are certainly welcome to read here (this wiki), at my blog Agile & Business (see http://agileconsortium.blogspot.com/), and at a special Yahoo group called AgileBusiness (http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/AgileBusiness).  Please also contribute, even if only with questions.

 

We also particularly recommend:

ScrumDevelopment (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scrumdevelopment)

LeanDevelopment (http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/leandevelopment)

The Agile2011 Conference (http://agile2011.agilealliance.org/) in August.

The next ScrumGathering is in London.

 

See Agile Info, here: http://leanagiletraining.com/AgileInfo/Agile%20Info.htm

There is a whole LOT of info on and "beneath" this page.  It includes: books, articles, blogs, yahoo groups, "user groups", etc, etc.

 

Local Groups: You should join a "local" group.  Or start a local group or an "industry" group.

We have just started Agile Charleston as a Linked-In group.

http://www.linkedin.com/groups?viewMembers=&gid=3912895&sik=1307311951137

 

I think Roy Maines will become one leader of this one.

 

And there may be other related (non-agile) groups in the Charleston area.

 

If you want to look at other groups, see:

http://scrumcommunity.pbworks.com/Local+Groups

 

Here are some other useful documents:

Scrum-checklist-prio1.pdf

 

Prioritizing projects.pdf


Joe'sSimpleScrumTool3.xls

 

PDU Process2.pdf

 

Joe's Unofficial Scrum Checklist

 

A list of summarizing ScrumV2.rtf  - This is a useful reminder, and useful perhaps as a start towards establishing a definition in your firm of 'minimal Agile'. ('All agile teams will do at least this stuff.')  My recommendation would be to add more to the definition of Agile that fits most projects in your firm, but that's up to you.

 

Agile 2010 Scrum excel spreadsheet:

ScrumExcelSpreadsheet20100124.xlsx 

 

Suggestions: 

We place the highest value on taking action and getting real results.

Put what you think you know into action.  Now.

Find out what you don't know as well as what you thought you did. 

Find out what you need to know the most. Now.

Learn more (for a bit). Act more.

Learn-Act.  Get into a tight cycle.  Like a PDCA cycle.

 

We want you to pursue this with perseverance and aggressiveness, and at the same time patience.

 

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