Scrum is a method to restart the game in rugby and requires teams to bind together to get the ball.
When Nonaka and Takeuchi published their famous HBR article “The New New Product Development Game” in 1986, they believed that this method should inspire the organisational foundations for developing products. This article inspired Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber to also call their more adaptive and flexible project management framework “Scrum”.
Nowadays, Scrum is the most common Agile methodology in the world - especially for project management in product-oriented organisations.
Let's discover the theories behind “Scrum”, how to apply it into reality, and examine Scrum best practices in
Sail along with you in this journey is Chris Kruppa, Founder of Semdi Solution, who has over 9 years of experience in applying and coaching Agile, Lean & Scrum to various sectors, namely Consulting, Sales, Software Outsourcing, Product Development, Education etc.