Scrum for Non-Techies

Scrum for Non-Techies

by Antonio Montes Orozco

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Overview

Scrum is a teamwork methodology for developing software and technology products. Starting in the 90s, nowadays is still the most used methodology in software development. Used by big companies such as Google, Amazon, Facebook, BBVA Compass Bank, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, and many more, it helps in the creation of high-performance teams and group intelligence to fulfill any requested task. Scrum is starting to expand in other environments that nothing have to do with software: schools, town halls, remodeling companies, strategical development plans for impoverished areas, and other several fields. All existing literature is focused on obtaining a software product, therefore, for non-techies, it might be complicated to hear about software terms such as unit tests, automated regression tests, TDD (Test Driven Development), pair programming or similar terms. In this text I'll explain what Scrum is in a simple way, eliminating all the computer jargon. Hence I want you to be able to apply it in your environment, whatever it may be. I hope reading this book helps you improve your Business efficiency and achieve success.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161241387
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication date: 06/14/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Antonio Montes Orozco was born in Madrid, Spain, in 1972. He studied Telecommunications Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Madrid.
He began his first steps in the world of work as a systems administrator, specializing in the Solaris, HPUX and AIX operating systems. After a few years as a systems administrator, he started programming in C++ and, in 2006, he learned about the Scrum methodology and was one of the pioneers in its application in Spain. Since then he has been working as a Scrum Master and as a coach to implement this methodology.
He ended up working in a major Spanish financial institution, where he introduced Scrum in one of the Business areas.
He was certified in 2015 by the prestigious PMI (Project Management Institute), as a practitioner of agility (ACP: Agile Certified Practitioner), and by Scrum Manager in 2014.
In 2016 he obtained the Executive Master in Management of Information Technologies, by the Institute of Business Executives (IDE-CESEM) of Spain.

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