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Brought to you by Penguin.

From the internationally best-selling author of Scrum.

A revolutionary new method to make every business more productive - as used by Amazon, Google and the FBI.

Work. You’re doing it wrong.

Do you ever worry that you never get as much done as you want to? Or that your projects encounter insurmountable problems before they even get started? Or that your colleagues spend days talking over their ideas without actually implementing them?

J. J. Sutherland has the solution. In his international best seller Scrum, he introduced a simple, revolutionary tool to turbo-charge the output of every team. Based on decades of research and road-tested at the headquarters of Google and Amazon, the Scrum method transformed how a generation of leaders work – first in Silicon Valley, and then in boardrooms around the world.

Now, in The Scrum Fieldbook, Sutherland returns with a hands-on guide to using the Scrum method at any level of every company. He reveals how its focus on rapid innovation, no-bullshit meetings and quick-fire decision-making has immediate relevance for every organisation on Earth. And he offers a step-by-step method for using Scrum in your projects - starting today.

The result is a game-changing fieldbook that will make your business more productive.

©2019 J.J. Sutherland (P)2019 Penguin Audio

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Great book for getting to know Scrum

Great for getting to know Scrum. It's not a step-by-step manual if you are looking for one, but if you've never heard about it or just want to understand why so many companies are adapting it, then do yourself a favor and get this book!

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very insightful and lower

believe that companies will move towards agile thinking and this is a great listen.

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Excellent, although similar to the first book

A good listen but not hugely different to the first book. Still a good listen.

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Thank you J.J.

An amazing resource for anybody taking then time to listen.

Thank you so much J.J.

Have an amazing life.

Dom

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Great follow up to first scrum book

J J builds on the first book reinforcing the framework with some great examples. He dips into more detail regarding scrum master and product owner, also picking up on scaled agile and industries away from software that have implemented it successfully. Great story telling style that made it an engaging listen.

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Awesome. It really is a field book!

I expected a lot, I got more! If you are new to scrum or are looking to up your scrum game, this is the book for you. Works for everyone