Book review: The Scrum Master Training Manual by Nadar K Rad and Frank Turley


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ScrumCover2I received the The Scrum Master Training Manual by Nadar K Rad and Frank Turley.  As they stated, it’s a guide to passing the Professional Scrum Master Exam.

The manual – based on The definitive guide to Scrum, developed and sustained by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland – describes the Scrum timelines, roles, events and artifacts. It also contains a self-assessment and two PSM sample exams.

Reading this e-book and the definitive guide gives you enough theory needed for the official PSM exam. Maybe the introduction could be expanded with a paragraph on the philosophy behind Scrum. Scrum is founded on an empirical process control theory – Inspection, transparency and adaption. Also an additional paragraph on a Scrum of Scums could be beneficial.

Tha manual gives a good oversight of the usage of a Scrum board and the evolution over time as well as an example of a computer…

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