Scrum is a way of working that is gaining a lot of popularity in recent years – it is a way to organize projects and other actions at so that you will get the most out of your efforts. If the management adopts the same principles then you can get the strategic and tactical levels of your organization to work together in a whole new way. The organization will focus on customer needs in a new way and seek constant improvement, over time a new culture that supports this will evolve. We introduce Scrum to management through effective short workshops. Scrum is a way to tackle your work both tactical and strategic so your results will get improved. We share a lot of ideas and philosophy with the whole Lean wave but we have special focus on the strategic and managerial aspects.
- Scrum helps to manage changes, uncertainty and changing demands also strategically.
- Scrum helps the management to make the most of their efforts – to make the best choices.
- Scrum helps everyone get into a mode where constant improvements is the focal point.
- We show how the estimation and planning can be improved with greater accuracy to follow.
On the way out of the financial crisis the management of companies and organisations have increased pressure on their shoulders to make the most of the resources that is available. It is no longer something that just goes on inside a project no now management is strategically involved at top level. Lean deals first and foremost with the “how” to make things efficiently. Scrum is just as much about the “what” we choose to use our resources on and “why”. Steve Denning wrote in his book “Radical Management” that this work method combines “Accelerated innovation combined with discipline in execution” something he had never seen before. Interested? We have short company workshops for people in organizations who are involved in the strategic decisions. Four hours one afternoon, an evening or during the weekend only costs DKK 6,000 excl. VAT. We will take you through the principles, esplain why the strategic work is important and how you get started and get results and not least why top management should be interested and involved. We take our starting point in the organization in question and their challenges. Contact Kurt Nielsen on phone +45 6168 9118 or email@example.com .