1st Conference 2017, Melbourne. Scrum: Declutter. Optimise. Deliver.

How do you unclutter the dogma surrounding Scrum’s 20 year history? Can you find its powerful Lean, user-centred powerhouse for collaborative improvement? Some people throw away Scrum after a while through the false belief that its just for newbies, but when you get back to Scrum’s origins you can find a treasure trove of simple Patterns that help teams improve collaboratively using the Scientific Method.

View the presentation on Prezi: http://prezi.com/yrkbbgottdqn/
This presentation by ZXM’s Partner for Digital Transformation, Matthew Hodgson, at 1st Conference, Melbourne 2017, looked at:

  • Scrum — What is it at its core?
  • Scrum myths
  • Back to basics — Team size, Sprint length and making key Scrum events
  • Scrum as a Lean practice with learning hypotheses
  • How to improve productivity by +200% in a few months by just doing “good Scrum”

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