Video: What’s Not Scrum?

In this video blog, Certified Scrum Trainer Jimi Fosdick takes a different approach to defining the Scrum framework–namely, by explaining what Scrum isn’t. Since Scrum marks a dramatic departure from traditional management methods, highlighting the practices and values absent in Scrum can illustrate how it leaves many dysfunctional aspects of traditional management behind.

Watch Jimi’s previous video blog (“What Is Scrum?”) here.

Jimi Fosdick

With more than 14 years of experience in product development, Jimi Fosdick has worked in a wide range of industries, including publishing, software, advertising, and the public sector. As one of CollabNet’s Certified Scrum Trainers, he conducts dozens of public courses around the world each year, helping organizations to surface dysfunction and improve processes through Scrum.

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2 comments on “Video: What’s Not Scrum?
  1. Thank you for this video. Would it be possible for you to follow-up with a list of anti-patterns to Scrum?

  2. Jimi Fosdick says:

    @David Segonds
    That’s a good idea. I’m not sure when we’re going to shoot the next series, but I’ll add it to the list.

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