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10 Things to tell Management about Scrum and Agile
I was recently asked, “what does management need to know about Scrum?” Here is my answer, in 10 bullet points:
Market forces are driving shifts in how leadership leads
Scrum is a simple, team-based, “Agile” framework for solving complex problems
You can probably get twice the value in half the time through Scrum
Changing for better performance seems obvious but requires a huge shift in your culture
Only apply Scrum if you are prepared to make the necessary changes to get better performance
Agile is a mindset not a toolset, nor a religion
The transition to Agile is an investment
Shared goals and the ability to agree on priorities are key success factors
Start with a concrete project and follow quickly with your leadership team
You can do all the stuff you did before, like budgeting and scheduling, just differently (and probably better).
Edit: updated to reflect that Agile is neither a toolset nor a religion.
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27-09-2017 at 15:24
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01-04-2019 at 15:20
10 fantastic answers.
Thanks a lot!