• Agile SCRUM for Film-Makers

  • How to Produce Movies & TV Shows In Half the Time
  • By: Carey Martell
  • Narrated by: Peter L. Herrick
  • Length: 22 mins
  • 2.0 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A practical guide for filmmakers to the popular agile process of SCRUM

If you want to use SCRUM to develop movies and TV shows, Agile SCRUM for Film-Makers is the reference guide you've been looking for. Author Carey Martell explains the principles and method of SCRUM and describes flexible, proven approaches that can help you implement it far more effectively in your production team.

Whether you are new to SCRUM or years into your use, this book will introduce, clarify, and deepen your SCRUM knowledge.

©2015 Carey Martell (P)2015 Carey Martell

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Useful, but can be improved

I have a project management background using agile methods. What the book provides is a correct understanding of agile/scrum. However, here are points where it can be improved:

- Narration that has a slower more natural flow
- Application of the Agile techniques described with narratives or anecdotes of their use in filmmaking.

In general, this felt like someone reading a textbook quickly. If this can be expanded and adapted to a style similar to Simon Sinek's books, this would reach it's intended audience with great effect.

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