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About The Sketchy Guide to Scrum@Scale

The Sketchy Guide to Scrum@Scale was born in order to help learning about Scrum@Scale using visualisation and to complement (not replace) other forms of information and learning.

For visual learners, The Sketchy Guide to Scrum@Scale might be the primary form of learning.

Visual learners are learners who process information that they can see, better than information that they hear. Visual learners have a greater chance of remembering information that is presented to them in the form of graphics rather than text.

Paul Beckett is the author/visualiser of The Sketchy Guide to Scrum@Scale. He is an Agile consultant with a passion for Agility.

About Edinburgh Agile

The Sketchy Guide to Scrum@Scale is owned and maintained by Edinburgh Agile. 

We believe in Agile... we believe in Scrum. At Edinburgh Agile believe that in order to succeed in an increasingly disruptive, changing and competitive world, organisations need to be more resilient, more flexible, more innovative and more engaging with people (customers and employees and all other stakeholders).

At Edinburgh Agile we strongly believe that people have a right to do meaningful work on a daily basis, to be empowered to do the right thing, and to be supported in their work and ongoing development. This in turn leads to the creation of more successful organisations and delivery of more value in quicker timescales!

About Scrum@Scale

The Scrum@Scale framework is the natural extension of the Scrum framework. It was created by Dr. Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum and the Scrum Guide.

The Scrum@Scale framework is designed to deliver business agility and makes every team a Scrum team. It enables organizations to transform into market-disrupting forces. Regardless of industry, this lightweight, adaptable scaling framework is known for “minimum viable bureaucracy” via a scale-free architecture and empowering every Scrum team member.

The Sketchy Guide to Scrum@Scale was born in order to help learning about Scrum@Scale using visualisation and to complement (not replace) other forms of information and learning.

For visual learners, The Sketchy Guide to Scrum@Scale might be the primary form of learning. Visual learners are learners who process information that they can see, better than information that they hear. Visual learners have a greater chance of remembering information that is presented to them in the form of graphics rather than text.

Paul Beckett is the author/visualiser of The Sketchy Guide to Scrum@Scale. He is an Agile consultant with a passion for Agility.

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