• Agile Project Management

  • Beginner's Step by Step Guide to Learn Scrum
  • By: Andy Vickler
  • Narrated by: Helpful Matthew
  • Length: 3 hrs and 47 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Scrum is gaining immense popularity among the corporate world managers and chief executive officers due to its speed, high efficiency, and customer satisfaction. It allows you to double your revenue by speedily producing high-quality products, without wasting precious human and monetary resources. 

This book walks you through step-by-step techniques for deploying the Scrum method in your organization. If you are a manager who has to integrate Scrum into the organization and slowly replace it with the traditional Waterfall method, you should listen to this book to understand Scrum. You will find explanations as to why it is better than the traditional Waterfall method, and what turnout you can get after successfully deploying Scrum. 

After you have listened to this book, you will be able to build the Scrum team. You will learn about the roles and responsibilities of important designations in the Scrum network. You will have a detailed overview of the agile principles, and how you can use them when managing a project. 

The contents of the book include: 

  • Why choose Scrum over the Waterfall Method? 
  • Why Scrum works efficiently 
  • What is the Scrum team? 
  • What are Scrum artifacts? 
  • What are agile principles? 
  • What is product backlog? 
  • Scrum Master vs. Project Manager 
  • Work estimation in Scrum 
  • How to run multiple projects in Scrum 
  • Why is Scrum the best choice for developers?

Buy this highly valuable guide today, and use it to become a productive manager and CEO.

©2021 Andy Vickler (P)2021 Andy Vickler

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Nicely done


This book has been so greatly helpful in my job. Much better than Scrum. Our projects have gone so much better and we have accomplished a lot more. Very insightful.

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The next step for everyone!


scrum is the natural progression from waterfall through the scrum to the truly continuous flow of work. With clarity, practicality, and attention to cultural resistance, he outlines the process we need in this post-industrial, conversational-based rather than thing-based project world.

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The authoritative guide on using!!!


Backed with years of large-scale development, this book makes a compelling case and practical steps on how to implement scrum in your dev team.

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This book is really helpful if you are trying



I liked the clear and concise explanation of terms and topics. All the references to more sources of knowledge.

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A great intro and deep dive



Eric's book is quite the intro to Scrum. We watched his talk on YouTube first and then purchased his book and eventually converted our whole team over to Kanban from SCRUM. We couldn't be happier with the results so far.

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Great book


Great for starting out with Scrum. Had useful info on how to determine WIP limits. I reference it a lot as my job as a Scrum Master, doing Scrumban.

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Very good introduction to Scrum



The book covers the basics and attempts to provide guidance for the move the new methodology. It is easy to listen, the writing enthusiastic, and interesting examples are littered throughout the book.

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A modern approach to software Development!!



A great tool for modern development. Really shows the difference and potential compared to scrums.

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Excellently laid out



This book is great for information technology professionals with experience in Waterfall or Scrum. I would have welcomed more examples for first-time developers.

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Fantastic listening..



Well written and the author keeps things interesting. This book is not only about agile but how the scrum team puts everything together to work as a team by following each other’s specific roles. Tech people will love extensive explanations on how to use testing tools, source control, and environmental management techniques.