Improving your impact as a coach by mentioning Scrum less / Stop answering questions about Scrum, it was never about Scrum
Do you run into discussions about Scrum that seem to repeat themselves without really moving forward? It may be you are spending too much energy on the wrong thing. Don’t focus too much on Scrum as the framework that it is. Instead focus on the neccessity of short feedback loops and empiricism to help businesses maximize value in a complex environment.
Guido shares examples and insights from his three-year journey as a Professional Scrum Trainer. During this time, he became less of a Scrum purist and more convinced of the power of the principles and values of Scrum needed to overcome a complex environment. He will give you stories and tools to make sure your organization, clients and teams understand what Complexity means, laying the foundation for effective application of Scrum and other Agile practices to increase value delivery for customers and business alike.
- The reason Scrum and agility is needed when developing products is the complex nature of the work and environment
- Assuming everyone knows this is a major pitfall for effective Scrum and Agile adoption
- Coaches, organizations and teams that focus on using empiricism to minimize risk and navigate complexity have a better chance of maximizing value
- Coaches, organizations and teams that focus on using empiricism to minimize risk and navigate complexity have a lower chance of ending up doing mechanical Scrum
- Coaches, organizations and teams that focus on using empiricism to minimize risk and navigate complexity have less chance of its employees being disengaged because employees don’t understand the potential ways Scrum can be an effective way to maximize value delivery