Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog

01-04-2009

Scrum Breakfast April / May (Scrum in Operations)

Today we once again had a full house and interesting discussion around Scrum, in the case about getting what you want: from the Mandate to the […]
09-03-2009

From Mandate to Acceptance: How do I ensure that the developers build what I really need?

In April, for the first time in a while, I’ll be addressing the Scrum Breakfast on a topic which probably causes more pain than any other […]
11-02-2009

Scrum Breakfast in Zürich, March

Under the heading of Agile development meets not so agile operations.We are once again privileged to have a distinguished speaker from abroad: Agile Methods in Crisis […]
04-02-2009

Scrum Breakfast: Team Building and the Daily Scrum

Todays Scrum Breakfast set a new record for attendance both on site and on the webinar: 28 registered on site, 19 registered for the webinar and […]
02-02-2009

Call for Participation: Talks for the Scrum Breakfast

What is the Scrum Breakfast? The Scrum Breakfast is a monthly exchange of information around Scrum. The breakfast offers discussion, information and hands-on experience to CIO’s, […]
28-01-2009

History of the Scrum Breakfast

For anyone interested in the how and the why of the Scrum Breakfast, as well the relationship between the community and a small business, I posted […]
14-01-2009

Scrum Breakfast in Zürich, 4. Feb 2009: Team-Building without wanting to understand team-building theories

Our next Scrum Breakfast is focused on the softer skills of project management. Under the title Team-Building without wanting to understand team-building theories Hans-Peter Korn, independent […]
16-11-2008

Scrum Breakfast/Dec/Project Lighting Beacons

Once again, we are pleased to welcome to the Scrum Breakfast in Zurich speakers from abroad with real world experience introducing Scrum into large organizations. Christoph […]
07-10-2008

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 […]