People who have experienced good stand-ups will generally know what can be done when things aren’t working well. This capability is obviously less likely for people with limited experience to reflect on. “It’s Not Just Standing Up: Patterns of Daily Stand-up Meetings” is an attempt to partly compensate for inexperience by describing the benefits and consequences of common practices for daily stand-ups. These patterns of stand-ups are intended to help direct the experimentation and adjustment of new practitioners as well as provide points of reflection to experienced practitioners.
“The art of Agile coaching is understanding the situation, the values underlying Agile software development, and how the two can combine. As an Agile coach, you don’t need to have all the answers; it takes time and a few experiments to hit on the right approach. We’ve worked with teams who’ve come up with great solutions, and we learn from every team we work with.” Source: “Agile Coaching”, Rachel Davies and Liz Sedley, Pragmatic Bookshelf, 250 pages
The company of Mike Cohn, one of the most important Scrum expert. Besides his blog, you will find on his web site interesting material regarding his presentations and some tools that you can use for Scrum. http://www.mountaingoatsoftware.com/
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The article “Adaptive Project Management Using Scrum” by Craig Murphy provides a basic overview of Scrum.
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