The Scrum Fieldbook w/ JJ Sutherland

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Scrum Inc., CEO, JJ Sutherland’s new book The Scrum Fieldbook: A Master Class on Accelerating Performance, Getting Results and Defining the Future offers a compelling collection of stories breaking down what makes Scrum (and other forms of Agile) succeed or struggle in organizations. Drawing on his personal experience, as well as that of his colleagues at Scrum Inc., JJ offers a wide range of case studies on how individuals and organizations have been able to leverage agile practices to solve business problems and deliver value for their customers. In this interview JJ shares a few of those stories, makes the case for The Renaissance Enterprise, and explains why organizational refactoring is such a crucial part of Agile Transformation. 

One thing students request in every single class I teach is “More Real World Examples”. JJ”s new book offers exactly that. If you are familiar with Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time, you’ll have an idea of what makes this book stand out.  JJ is not only the son of Jeff Sutherland, co-creator of Scrum, but he also worked as an award-winning news correspondent and producer at NPR before becoming a Certified Scrum Trainer. With a background that is deep in storytelling JJ has put together a collection of tales from the field that draw you in with the narrative while delivering tips you need to know on what it takes to make Scrum (and Agile) succeed (or fail) in your organization.


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