Best Practice no. 2, 2013
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A world in flux
In this edition of Best Practice we focus on the subject of Scrum, the most popular and most commonly used agile method – a process tool and project method gaining ground everywhere.
Scrum novices can start here
Head of IT WEB Kasper Fehrend and Scrum Master Brian Fischer, who both are highly experienced at creating effective Scrum teams, explain the multifaceted role of the Scrum Master, the essential Product Owner and high-level planning.
Release problems: zero
A Scrum team has been developing the Saxo Bank community website TradingFloor.com for three years.
Along the way, the team has gone from a slow release process to zero faults and as many releases as operations desire.
Scrum trumps waterfall at Telenor
Efficient sprints, fast deliveries and valuable knowledge transfer are a few of the advantages that Telenor has achieved by going the Scrum route. But it took a lot of work to get the model implemented.
Scrum has to get into the blood of the business
Brandon Mayo was thrown into the Product Owner role without knowing anything about Scrum other than what he had read on the net. Today, he is enthusiastic about the method which works well across considerable distances and a large organisation.
Possibly the best in Denmark
Ole Højriis Kristensen optimises everything he touches. As an agile project manager, he is a real geek when it comes to automating Scrum processes. Here he tells ConsultantNews about an award-winning intelligent Scrum board he developed in a project for Vodafone.
Succeed with Scrum
Scrum can speed up a project and minimise errors, but for many businesses the agile adventure ends with a ticket back to the waterfall model. That is a shame, according to ProData Consult’s HR and Sales Director, because minor changes can bring
major Scrum success.