Teams That Finish Early Accelerate Faster: A Pattern Language for High Performing Scrum Teams

@article{Sutherland2014TeamsTF,
  title={Teams That Finish Early Accelerate Faster: A Pattern Language for High Performing Scrum Teams},
  author={J. Sutherland and N. Harrison and Joel Riddle},
  journal={2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2014},
  pages={4722-4728}
}
Recent surveys show that 42% of Agile projects are successful. While this is three times better than traditional projects, 49% of Agile projects are late or over budget and 9% are total failures [1]. There is a better way to help Agile teams to implement Scrum. At the 2013 Scrum PLoP Conference held in Tisvildeleje, Denmark thought leaders in the Agile community reviewed a set of Scrum Patterns that together generate a high performing Scrum team. During this editorial process it became apparent… Expand
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