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The Scrum Field Guide

Practical Advice For Your First Year

What is this book about?

Getting started as a Scrum Master isn’t easy. Lacey’s book shows how to navigate your first year in the profession. It’s a highly rated overview of fundamental practices such as how to design and run a sprint session. The Field Guide also covers related business skills such as how to approach and manage contracts, a key factor if you ship products to external customers. The book covers the technical details of agile and managing cultural change.

Who is it useful for?

If you have clarity on what Scrum is supposed to be, and need a resource to help you make it work, The Scrum Field Guide will be a great addition to your tool belt. The title of the book indicates that this book is intended for people who are in their first year of doing Scrum. 

Who is the author?

Mitch Lacey
founder of Mitch Lacey & Associates, Inc.

Mitch Lacey helps companies reach their maximum potential by building high-performing organizations through the adoption of agile practices, including Scrum and XP. Mitch’s rich, practical experience and his pragmatic approach are trusted by many companies including Adobe Systems, Aera Energy, Bio-Rad, EchoStar, Microsoft, Oracle, Qualcomm, Salem Hospital, SAP, Sony, and more. 

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The Field Guide picks up where the classes leave off and addresses some of the real world issues that people face when they go back to their workplace and start trying to implement Scrum and Agile. In a narrative that is unassuming and easy to read, Mitch Lacey shares stories, his own experiences, and advice from other expert sources on how to actually get Scrum up and running and producing results.

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