What is Scrum? (slides from my talk at KTH)

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Here are the slides for my talk “What is Scrum?” at KTH (Royal Institute of Technology). It was a guest talk at a course called Projektstyrning. Hoping to inspire young entrepreneurs to plant agile DNA in their companies from the very beginning. Last time I spoke at KTH was 6.5 years ago, that’s when I met the first Spotify team, and I’m really happy to have been able to influence and participate in their journey!

Here are some sample slides from the talk:

What is Scrum? Screen Shot 2014-10-07 at 08.20.00 Don't go overboard with agile


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    2014-10-10 - 06:10 | Permalink

    […] What is Scrum? (slides from my talk at KTH) Written by: Henrik Kniberg […]

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    Ulf Westermark
    2014-10-12 - 22:56 | Permalink

    Good introduction and summary !

    A simple tool that I have found quite useful is http://kanboard.net/
    Compared to Trello ,Kanboard is open source, easy to install on any webhotel with php-support and most of all handles the time aspect in the different columns such as start/stop of a task.

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    2014-10-13 - 01:14 | Permalink

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    2014-10-31 - 08:26 | Permalink

    […] RT @andyhammar: Awesome #scrum #agile graphic from @henrikkniberg talk, dont go overboard with agile… […]

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    2014-11-20 - 23:00 | Permalink

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    Mor Shoval
    2015-03-27 - 08:58 | Permalink

    Thank you Henrik!

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    2015-05-15 - 18:48 | Permalink

    […] Illustration by Henrik Kniberg […]

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    2017-03-01 - 09:45 | Permalink

    I am a student. I have learned a lot about Agile methodologies from your blog especially from your simple examples and diagrams made me understood agile very clearly. Thanks a lot for doing up a great blog. I hope to always learn something from reading your blog and make full use of information that I have picked up on my school assignments and hopefully in the future for work assignments.

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