Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog


Are there really situations for which agile is unsuitable

Last Wednesday, Dani Tobler of Zühlke gave his take on the virtues of agile and non-agile (i.e. RUP) approaches to product management. Dani brings his experience […]

Next Scrum Breakfast in Zürich – September / October

The next two Scrum Breakfasts in Zürich will be dedicated to the theme, Scrum meets reality. Case 1: Scrum and Offshoring: Scrum emphasizes communication and collocation. […]

What’s the difference between a Project Leader and a Scrum Master?

This is a serious question 😉 I just led a workshop for a medium size company which was considering (and is now planning) to start using […]

Lean Software Development and Scrum

Today (May 28) I will be giving on a talk on Lean Software Development, the optimal route from the Idea to Profitability at the Internet-Briefing Developers […]

Rational Scrum?

A query just came up on the scrumdevelopment list: My work is a RUP based shop. My team has been doing agile development and lately our […]

What is the difference between Scrum and RUP?

When I present Scrum to customers, I often hear, “yes but we do RUP, that’s iterative, so it’s Agile, right?” I spent some time looking at […]