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Thanks to Brian Hurst and Microsoft for the fantastic Ken Schwaber/Richard Hundhausen talk at the Reston, Virginia Microsoft facilities in April.

It was refreshing to see Ken Schwaber take a fundamentally different approach to "the Scrum talk".  He focused on the body of software development research, and how the results of this research leads us towards certain sounds practices - which are also tenants of Scrum. 

I will blog more about some of the key points I took away from the talk, but for now here are the videos & slides.  Let me warn you: the sound quality on the video is poor.  But for serious Scrum students I think you will find that Ken's talk is worth it:


(Part 1)
(Part 2)
(Part 3)


(Click on the link for "Ken Schwaber's Slides", then "Download" for the PDF)

The original post from Brian is at




Posted on Monday, June 6, 2011 11:47 PM Scrum | Back to top

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If that's the way that you are talking about people who are impressive for you i may say that i use pretty much the same words to describe you work. Just having a thought that you should now this thing.
Left by Melanie on Aug 13, 2015 1:25 PM

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