In the projects some of us are involved in, we put a lot of energy into becoming agile. This is often a tough fight because the environment can be as anti agile as it can get.
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While SAFe has led to several dramatic successes, challenges still remain--especially as enterprises undergo the broader organizational change necessary for digital transformation success.
With the vast diversity of organizations and their projects, a cookie-cutter approach (or prescriptive recipe for all types of projects and situations) will not work.
Agile project management has reached the clinical research industry as a need of the hour. In the clinical research field, the chance of success lies around 20 to 25 percent, and every failure costs from a few million to a few billion dollars. Optimizing the chances of success in clinical development requires effective management and flexibility to accommodate the change as we progress.
Why would a Scrum practitioner ask the ScrumMaster to check if he or she is creating a learning organization? What is a learning organization, after all? And why would agile be concerned with a learning organization?
Understanding the context of any task is hugely important before a realistic commitment can be agreed upon with the team. More and more, I am seeing that the "why?" is just as important to the team as the "what?" or the "how?"
As one PM working with smaller and more agile projects, she's increasingly seeing the classic way that Scrum is executed as more of an impediment to agility than a helper.
How long has Scrum been gaining popularity? How can a company benefit from doing Scrum? Those are just a few of the questions answered in this handy reference.
Scrum, by design, does not come with prescriptive details on how to address some of the challenges project teams face, or the challenges introduced when using Scrum.
Assessment is essential, not only to guide the development of individuals but also to monitor and continuously improve the quality of deliverables and provide evidence of accountability to those who pay our way. Have you ever assessed the way your team follows agile/Scrum?