Want to Master the Basics of Scrum in a Short Period?
If so, you're in the right place! This book is exactly what you need.
If you've wanted to learn how to use Scrum, you have probably thought it was a difficult and long process. This is actually not the case at all. Scrum can be an extremely easy and straightforward process.
The days of searching countless websites to find what you're looking for are over. With this book you will have everything you could possibly need all in one place!
What this book will give you:
Scrum Basics for Beginners
This book will take the process of Scrum and break it down into straightforward, simple steps that anyone can follow along to.
What you will learn:
- What is Scrum?
- The basics of Scrum
- Scrum frameworks
- Members of the Scrum team
- The pros and cons of Scrum
- And much more!
All of this information will be presented to you in easy-to-understand, straightforward steps. For anyone starting out, this is your best option to learn Scrum in a quick period of time. Try it out for yourself. You won't be disappointed.
What listeners say about Scrum Bootcamp
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Poor performance quality
This book although focus on scrum presents the concept in a poor manner making the comprehension of the material inaccessible. The narration of the book is poor and very mechanised. As a scrum fan, I will recommend to look elsewhere to get learning material.
Learn All About Scrum Project Management.
Where does Scrum Bootcamp rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It was pretty good for its genre of business. It covers how to use SCRUM to plan and implement projects.
What did you like best about this story?
This book introduces SCRUM software development methodology. It is short and practical. it has many good strategies for project management.
Which character – as performed by Adam Zens – was your favorite?
There were not characters because it was a non-fiction business book. I did like the chapter "User Story" because it talked about how to develop your project around the user needs (user story). Adam Zens does a great job narrating.
What insight do you think you’ll apply from Scrum Bootcamp?
I liked the use of Scrum teams and the frequent short meetings. That may be useful to project managers.
Any additional comments?
The title suggest that Windows 10 is discussed in this book. It is not discussed anywhere. Otherwise, a useful book.
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