Scrum vs. Traditional Project Management

Traditional project management emphasizes on conducting detailed upfront planning for the project with emphasis on fixing the scope, cost and schedule – and managing those parameters. Whereas, Scrum encourages data-based, iterative decision making in which the primary focus is on delivering products that satisfy customer requirements.

Bron : SCRUMstudy
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The Scrum PMO

The challenge is this: How do you make Agile Scrum work in a traditional corporate environment? The problem is simple to state, but the solutions are frustratingly complex.

I am a strong believer in Agile Scrum. I like the theory, and I have plenty of experience of it succeeding in practice (having served as a team member, ScrumMaster, Product Owner and as an agile coach).

Bron : PM Hut
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Agile, Scrum en de methode doet het nog steeds niet

Het aantal ICT-projecten dat mislukt, is in de afgelopen 30 jaar redelijk constant op 70% blijven liggen. Het is dan natuurlijk een verademing als er ineens een frisse wind gaat waaien . En dat gebeurt, in de vorm van Agile en met name Scrum. Tijd om even stil te staan bij wat Agile is en voor welke problemen het een oplossing is.

Bron : ZBC Kennisbank
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Optimaliseer de workflow met Kanban & Scrum

Het proces van het werken aan een project bepaalt grotendeels of het project succesvol kan worden afgerond. Door een goede procesmanagementstrategie toe te passen, kun je het effectief werken in projecten vergroten. Kanban en Scrum zijn twee procesmanagementmethoden die zich richten op het aanscherpen van processen om tot een zo goed mogelijk eindresultaat te komen.

Bron : Projecten Managen
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The Science Behind Scrum: Learning, and How to Develop a Learning Organization or Team

This article is the first in a series of articles that I will use to explore the science behind Scrum and Agile methodologies. Many working in software development might be familiar with Scrum, but not with the rich and vast array of scientific research it is based on. Most of you have probably heard of the research by Takeuchi & Nonaka (1986) that created the foundations of Scrum. But in these articles, I want to delve deeper into the decades of scientific research by organizational psychologists, sociologists, educational experts and cognitive psychologists that Scrum is based on. For the more practically minded; don’t worry. I will make sure to add a lot of useful (practical) pointers.

Bron : The project management hut
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Physics of Being Agile

Recently, with all those vibes about SCRUM going around in our organization, a couple of colleagues went for “Certified SCRUM Master” training, incidentally same person trained myself and one other colleague 6 months ago. I got a chance to talk to him over phone and was glad to accept his offer to be a guest speaker in his session.

Bron : Agile.NAV
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