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Scrum From The Beginning

 
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I'm currently working in my very first Scrum environment and I love it. Unfortunately I've come in late so I didn't get to see the process from the start. And that is the piece of the puzzle I seem to be missing in my understand of the entire thing. Can someone recommend a book that details how a project is started using Scrum?
 
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Scrum doesn't really say how you should start beyond having a product owner, a team, and a prioritized product backlog. In practice, a lot of thinking, meetings and decisions take place before an organization says, "ok, we have a project now". I don't think that process is fundamentally different whether you use Scrum or some other methodology in running that project.
 
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Lasse Koskela wrote:Scrum doesn't really say how you should start beyond having a product owner, a team, and a prioritized product backlog. In practice, a lot of thinking, meetings and decisions take place before an organization says, "ok, we have a project now". I don't think that process is fundamentally different whether you use Scrum or some other methodology in running that project.



Thanks Lasse. That's really what I was wondering more than anything.
 
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