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©1993-2018 Jeff Sutherland and Scrum Inc., All Rights Reserved[email protected] is a registered trademark of Scrum Inc.Released under Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution-Sharealike LicenseVersion 1.0 – 10 February 2018
Table of ContentsPurpose of the [email protected] Guide............................................................................3Why [email protected]?................................................................................................................................3Definition of [email protected]......................................................................................................................3Values-Driven Culture..............................................................................................................................5Getting Started with [email protected]..........................................................................................................6Scrum Master Cycle.......................................................................................................6Team-Level Process................................................................................................................................6Coordinating the “How” – The Scrum of Scrums..................................................................................6The Scrum of Scrums Master (SoSM)..................................................................................................7Scaling the SoS...................................................................................................................................8The Executive Action Team.....................................................................................................................9The EAT’s Backlog & Responsibilities................................................................................................10Outputs/Outcomes of the Scrum Master Organization........................................................................10Product Owner Cycle...................................................................................................11Coordinating the “What” – The MetaScrum............................................................................................11The Chief Product Owner (CPO).......................................................................................................12Scaling the MetaScrum......................................................................................................................12The Executive MetaScrum (EMS)..........................................................................................................13Outputs/Outcomes of the Product Owner Organization......................................................................13Understanding Feedback.......................................................................................................................14Metrics & Transparency.........................................................................................................................14Some notes on Organizational Design...............................................................................................15Acknowledgements................................................................................................................................17References........................................................................................................................................18
Purpose of the [email protected] GuideScrum, as originally outlined in the Scrum Guide, is a framework for developing,delivering, and sustaining complex products by a single team. Since its inception, itsusage has extended to the creation of products, processes, services, and systems thatrequire the efforts of multiple teams. [email protected] was created to efficiently coordinatethis new ecosystem of teams in a way that optimizes the overall strategy of theorganization. It achieves this goal through setting up a “minimum viable bureaucracy”via a scale-free architecture, which naturally extends the way a single Scrum teamfunctions across the organization.This guide contains the definitions of the components that make up the [email protected]framework, including its scaled roles, scaled events, and enterprise artifacts, as well asthe rules that bind them together.Dr. Jeff Sutherland developed [email protected] based on the fundamental principlesbehind Scrum, Complex Adaptive Systems theory, game theory, and object-orientedtechnology. This guide was developed with the input of many experienced Scrumpractitioners based on the results of their field work. The goal of this guide is for thereader to be able to implement [email protected] on their own.Why [email protected]?Scrum was designed for a single team to be able to work at its optimal capacity whilemaintaining a sustainable pace. In the field, it was found that as the number of Scrumteams within an organization grew, the optimal output (working product) and velocity ofthose teams began to fall (due to issues like cross-team dependencies and duplicationof work). It became obvious that a framework for effectively coordinating those teamswas needed in order to achieve linear scalability. [email protected] is designed toaccomplish this goal via its scale-free architecture.By utilizing a scale-free architecture, the organization is not constrained to grow in aparticular way determined by a set of arbitrary rules; rather it can grow organicallybased on its unique needs and at a sustainable pace of change that can be accepted by

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