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About The Sketchy Guide to Scrum
The Sketchy Guide to Scrum was born in order to help learning about Scrum using visualisation and to complement (not replace) other forms of information and learning. The sketchy guide is specifically designed to complement The Scrum Guide.
Paul Beckett is the author/visualiser of The Sketchy Guide to Scrum. He is an Agile consultant with a passion for delivering value using Agility.
For visual learners, The Sketchy Guide to Scrum 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.
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The Sketchy Guide to Scrum@Scale
The Sketchy Guide to Scrum@Scale is a visual learning experience focused on Jeff Sutherland’s (the co-creator of Scrum) Scrum@Scale framework and operating model.
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