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Nexus Framework for Scaling Scrum, The

Continuously Delivering an Integrated Product with Multiple Scrum Teams

E-book Engels 2017 9780134682716
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Improve and Accelerate Software Delivery for Large, Distributed, Complex Projects

 

The Nexus Framework is the simplest, most effective approach to applying Scrum at scale across multiple teams, sites, and time zones. Created by Scrum.org–the pioneering Scrum training and certification organization founded by Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber–Nexus draws on decades of experience to address the unique challenges teams face in coming together, sharing work, and managing and minimizing dependencies.

 

The Nexus™ Framework for Scaling Scrum is a concise book that shows how Nexus helps teams to deliver a complex, multi-platform, software-based product in short, frequent cycles, without sacrificing consistency or quality, and without adding unnecessary complexity or straying from Scrum’s core principles. Using an extended case study, the authors illustrate how Nexus helps teams solve common scaling challenges like reducing cross-team dependencies, preserving team self-organization and transparency, and ensuring accountability.
Understand the challenges of delivering working, integrated product increments with multiple teams, and how Nexus addresses them Form a Nexus around a new or existing product and learn how that Nexus sets goals and plans its work Run Sprints within a Nexus, provide transparency into progress, conduct effective Nexus Sprint reviews, and use Nexus Sprint Retrospectives to continuously improve Overcome the distributed team collaboration challenges

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ISBN13:9780134682716
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:e-book
Uitgever:Pearson Education
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<p style="margin:0px;">Foreword xi</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Preface xiii</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Acknowledgments xvii</p> <p style="margin:0px;">About the Authors xix</p> <p style="margin:0px;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Chapter 1: Introduction to Scaling Agile 1</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Why Agile? 2</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Why Scrum? 2</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Why Nexus? 5</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Simplicity Is the Key to Scaling 6</p> <p style="margin:0px;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Chapter 2: Introducing Nexus 7</p> <p style="margin:0px;">What Is Nexus? 7</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Nexus Extends Scrum 8</p> <p style="margin:0px;">The Nexus Integration Team 10</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Nexus Events 12</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Nexus Artifacts 17</p> <p style="margin:0px;">What Do You Need to Get Started with Nexus? 19</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Closing 20</p> <p style="margin:0px;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Chapter 3: Forming a Nexus 21</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Evolving a Cross-functional Team 24</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Growing a Nexus 29</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Forming the Nexus Integration Team 32</p> <p style="margin:0px;">How Does a Nexus Work? 34</p> <p style="margin:0px;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Chapter 4: Planning in Nexus 35</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Consolidating and Validating the Product Backlog 35</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Planning a Sprint in a Nexus 47</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Closing 55</p> <p style="margin:0px;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Chapter 5: Running a Sprint in Nexus 57</p> <p style="margin:0px;">The Nexus Daily Scrum 58</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Providing Transparency Inside and Outside the Nexus 61</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Nexus Sprint Retrospective 68</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Closing 73</p> <p style="margin:0px;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Chapter 6: Evolving the Nexus 75</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Optional Practice: Organizing Scrum Teams around Features 77</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Optional Practice: Managing Code Like an Open-Source Project 78</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Optional Practice: Organizing Teams around Personas 81</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Expanding the Nexus Integration Team 83</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Updating and Refining the Product Backlog 83</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Nexus Sprint Planning, Revisited 85</p> <p style="margin:0px;">The Nexus Daily Scrum, Take Two 86</p> <p style="margin:0px;">The Nexus Sprint Review, Take Two 88</p> <p style="margin:0px;">The Nexus Sprint Retrospective, Take Two 89</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Closing 96</p> <p style="margin:0px;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Chapter 7: The Nexus in Emergency Mode 97</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Product Backlog Refinement, Take Three 99</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Nexus Sprint Planning, Take Three 102</p> <p style="margin:0px;">The Nexus Daily Scrum, Take Three 108</p> <p style="margin:0px;">What to Do When the Nexus Starts to Struggle 110</p> <p style="margin:0px;">The Nexus (Pseudo) Sprint Review and Retrospective 118</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Closing 119</p> <p style="margin:0px;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Chapter 8: Retrospective on the Nexus Journey 121</p> <p style="margin:0px;">What Worked Well 122</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Areas for Improvement 126</p> <p style="margin:0px;">What’s Next? 132</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Closing 133</p> <p style="margin:0px;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Glossary 135</p> <p style="margin:0px;">Index 143</p>

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