Here is a list of read-further pointers that are useful for students that have attended our Certified ScrumMaster training or other training, and for anyone interested in deepening their understanding of Scrum. Some of these topics are discussed during our 2-day classes while others are left for further exploration.
Succeeding with Agile by Mike Cohn
Lean Software Development by Mary Poppendieck
Agile Retrospectives by Esther Derby and Diana Larsen
Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Adkins
Gamestorming by Dave Gray
User Stories Applied by Mike Cohn
Agile Planning and Estimation by Mike Cohn
The Leader’s Guide to Radical Management by Stephen Denning
The Fifth Discipline: art and practice of the Learning Organizationby Peter M. Senge
ScrumMastery by Geoff Watts
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
Joy, Inc. by Richard Sheridan
User Story Mapping by Jeff Patton
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Articles, videos, and presentations
Scrum e-Learning Series by Scrum Alliance
Money for Nothing & Changes for Free by Jeff Sutherland
Enterprise Transition and others (including the whole Agile Reading Glasses presentation)
Structure for coaching conversations, a mini-series by coach Bent Myllerup
YouTube and blog
You can continue your learning by following our expert coaches’ advice on our blog and our YouTube channel, where you can find short clips by our team and longer presentations given to conferences and events.
Do Better Scrum
A good read to sum up the learning about Scrum is Do Better Scrum, an unofficial set of tips and insights into how to implement Scrum well, free for download in various languages and formats. Written by Certified Scrum Coach & agile42 Trainer Peter Hundermark. In the words of the author “I hope this little booklet may be a source of inspiration to help you do Scrum and Agile a little better each day.”