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  • by Hiren Doshi,

Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer & Coach

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Straight from the Readers

Excellent addition to the Scrum Guide! Gives insight into day to day scrum, highlighting the core of scrum. Will promote it in my network.

Frank Hepkemao

Light weight and quick read on scrum fundamentals. Covers all the scum concepts with step by step practical approach and the content is very easy to understand. Took approx 1.5 hours for me to complete the whole book. Strongly recommend this book

Amazon Customer

Overall, it’s a very good read. Truly, it’s a companion to the Scrum Guide.
It does not fully address the question “How does Scrum embrace the four values and twelve principles of the Agile Manifesto?” It does address it in parts. However, all other questions mentioned in the back cover of the book are addressed perfectly.
Index pages could have been added at the last

Amazon Customer

Very good book which gives practical insights to Agile adoption. The author has written a commendable add-on information to Scrum Guide. This book is must read for starters to ensure they do not get trapped into the common pitfalls.

Punit Doshi

This is an Excellent book for Scrum Starters.
I felt like I have attending a Scrum class with all my queries as a Scrum starter being answered.
The concepts are explained in a very precise and simple english.
Thank you again for this book.

Nikunj

light weight and quick read on scrum fundamentals. Covers all the scum concepts with step by step practical approach and the content is very easy to understand. Took approx 1.5 hours for me to complete the whole book. Strongly recommend this book for practical agile scrum understanding

Amazon Customer

This book is really good and awesome.Book contains the topics in a reality and practical perspective.
After going through the topic of Myths,Mysteries and Misconceptions i corrected myself in some areas.
There are case studies and best practices which sheds some more light on the scrum in an informative way.
The topic of Scrum whether it is a methodology or framework is explained in a crystal clear.
Thanks Hiren Doshi and looking forward for more books on Scrum from you.
In nutshell, the book is really helpful for PSM certifications

Vinayswetharani

Overall, it’s a very good read. Truly, it’s a companion to the Scrum Guide.
It does answer all questions mentioned in the back cover of the book are addressed perfectly, except for the question, "How does Scrum embrace the four values and twelve principles of the Agile Manifesto?” It does address it in parts.
Index pages could have been added at the last
Chapter name could have been the header on every page

Krishnakumar

Got it on Friday and completed it over the weekend. It is a true extension to Scrum guide. For me it was a refresher and I am sure for someone who is starting his Scrum journey this book is going to be the perfect companion.

Hiren has covered some of the most frequently asked questions e.g. What is Sprint 0, How is Architecture handled in Agile, how do we know that a Scrum team is self-organizing?

Amazon Customer

The Scrum framework is defined and described in the "Scrum Guide" that can be freely downloaded from the web. The definition is only about 15 pages and quite terse. Trying to learn the framework by only using the Scrum Guide has proven hard, or impossible. Without further asistance the reader of the Scrum Guide will get tripped up in interpreting the practices in a traditional mindset instead of in the mindset of Scrum/agile. Thus, failing to get the indended benefits when applying them,
In this small book, Hiren Doshi sets out to make the Scrum framework more easy to learn, He calls his book "The Scrum Guide Companion" and that is what it is. For each section of the Scrum Guide you can get clarifications and advice for application from small book.
This is a short book, which I appreciate. But is also means that it is mostly not a novel. Except from some examples, a lot of the book is bullets with facts or observations for you to ponder. Its contents is strikingly accurate, bringing together information from many sources such as courses, books, discussions and assessments. I know of no other source that does this.
I read the book in just a few hours. If you are studing the Scrum framework, this may be worth a few hours of your time too!

Berglund Henrik

This book is very helpful for Scrum Masters. I recommend this book to all scrum masters and as well as people who wanted to write PSM exam from Scrum.org

Naveen Singh

This book will help you understand the nuances of Scrum.
It takes a very practical approach towards implementing Scrum without compromising on its values and principles.
Perhaps the first book on Scrum that newbies should read after going through the official Scrum Guide.
A useful and handy reference for Scrum practitioners!

Gopinath

Hiren's book is nice companion book to scrum guide.
It helped me identify and fill the gaps in my Scrum knowledge. What I liked the most was the quick read, simple language, examples and the 1-2-1 mapping to the Scrum Guide. A novice agile team member new to scrum will find most of his doubts get answered in "Myths , Mysteries and Misconception of scrum" section of the book.

Vinod


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