Rethink Project Management.
Rethink what Scrum could mean for your complex project. Whether you're building the next ipad app, shipping dog food across the country, or running a charity event, Scrum can help. Scrum offers benefits for any kind of team, including improved teamwork, better communication, and faster results.
For example,Scrum is being used in universities. Watch the story of how the students working on Design Studio projects at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Raikes School of Computer Science and Management have increased their delivery to clients using Scrum.
React More Quickly.
Scrum is a way to prioritize large to-do items into manageable chunks of work. It doesn't matter if that work is creating a new product fulfillment tool or managing the shipping of that product. When you're always focused on the most important thing, you are always doing the work that matters most. When things change, as they always will, you can adapt your focus to what's important NOW.
Respond More Accurately.
Scrum is about collaborating and communicating both with the people who are doing the work and the people who need that work done. It's about delivering often and responding to feedback--so that your clients get what they truly need whether that's a unique website or a one-of-a-kind wedding.
Reinvent Your World of Work.
Scrum will change the way you do business. The way you approach your day-to-day activities. Changing won't be easy. There will be pain. There will be adjustments. But once you've moved to a more agile way of working, your world of work—whatever that work is—will truly be transformed.