I've written a blog post on our company blog about 'Scrum Studio' - a developing idea about how to re-think your teamwork to be simple, end-to-end and with ways to adopt it. In short: my take on the missing bits of Scrum. A special shoutout to Gunther Verheyen and the rest of the Scrum Caretakers - as well as the fantastic members of Studio 800 and Team Oranje at Mirabeau.
The Company to Consumer model under threat teambrunel.com Originally I became interested in agile software development when I started to discover a pattern between great teamwork in yacht racing and teams that produced software. Some of the greatest software teams that I worked with were people working together on open source projects. Thousands of people worked together in self-organizing teams throughout their technology stack, much as if they had belonged to a single organization. Could that model work in more organizations? There was an essential thing missing though - most of these teams were making things that were useful to themselves but not necessarily to a user who would be willing to pay. Motivation was often very idealistic: working on free (as in liberty) software usually entailed working for free (as in beer). Some projects became wildly successful, imagine a world without Linux , Wikipedia or Bitcoin . But do you remember Joomla , Mutuala or Erpal ? It was
De kern van Open Source is nogal eenvoudig: opgedane kennis wordt gedeeld met de wereld. In zijn meest open vorm mag iedereen die dat wil deze kennis gebruiken, vermenigvuldigen en verspreiden. Waar dit bij software op neerkomt is dat als je iets maakt, je jezelf verplicht je software beschikbaar te stellen voor iedereen. De overheid in Nederland heeft het voordeel hiervan gezien en het programmabureau Nederland Open in Verbinding gevormd, met als voornaamste wapenfeit hun actieplan . So what? Mooi toch, zelfs de overheid is wakker geworden? Nou, ja en nee. Er wordt voorbijgegaan aan het begrip 'Community'.
I have made a mind map that makes the Scrum Guide a little more visual for those of us who's brains navigate space better than letters: Click here for a full screen version This is a derivative work by Dennis Mansell based on The Scrum Guide. No endorsement is made by either Jeff Sutherland, Ken Schwaber, or any of their related commercial entities. The original Scrum Guide is offered for license under the Attribution Share-Alike license of Creative Commons, accessible at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/legalcode and also described in summary form at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ . By utilizing this you acknowledge and agree that you have read and agree to be bound by the terms of the Attribution ShareAlike license of Creative Commons.