Patterns are the new defacto Scrum standard. In recent years, international Scrum Leadership has been meeting about once a year to write a rationalized foundation for Scrum using Organizational Patterns as a public resource.
This is the most inclusive forum for segments of the Scrum community meet and find common ground in the deep groundings of Scrum, and it is converging on a socially agreed definition while the certifying bodies have take less compelling paths. Jeff Sutherland’s Scrum training now revolves around the application of seven Scrum patterns.
Using the same approach used to derive the original organizational patterns back when it all started, teams can assess themselves and their Scrum practice. Patterns provide concrete foundations that the team together can improvise and use to improve themselves and to strive for that state of hyperproductivity that modern Scrum teams are realizing and enjoying. They’re a shortcut for tapping into years of insight from the top Scrum experts world-wide.
Scrum Pattern Community web site: http://www.scrumplop.org/
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