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Presentacion de Gene Bounds en el Regional Scrum Gathering Bolivia 2014

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Presentacion de gene bounds

  1. 1. Look Who's Using Scrum – and Why April 26, 2014
  2. 2. Today’s Topics 1 Scrum as a framework 2 Scrum as a movement 3 Scrum around the world 4 Scrum beyond software 5 Transforming the world of work – How Scrum Alliance is contributing • Advocacy • Community • Education Scrum is simple, but it’s not easy. 2
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  4. 4. 4 Scrum embraces the Voice of the Customer. Scrum in the age of the customer
  5. 5. Scrum as a framework 5 Scrum is simple, but it’s not easy.
  6. 6. Scrum as a movement More than a collection of practices; a way of thinking 6 Management support Self-organizing teams Empowerment Continuous change and improvement
  7. 7. Most widely-used Agile framework Source: 8th Annual State of Agile Survey by VersionOne released in 2014 7 55% Scrum 11% Scrum with XP 7% Scrum with Kanban 73% use Scrum in some form
  8. 8. Why it works Make the people you have happier! Bob Hartman, CST, CSC Agile for All 8 Improves customer satisfaction Improves quality Improves productivity
  9. 9. High repeat of Scrum after initial introduction 9 Source: State of Scrum Report, 2013 by Scrum Alliance 20% 25% 15% 27% 13% Frequently Sometimes Usually Rarely Always
  10. 10. Why Scrum? Fulfilling customer needs is the highest business priority in Scrum. Source: State of Scrum Report, 2013 10 Fulfill customer needs Meet budget, time, and scope constraints Unknown Other Complete projects that will drive innovation and market share Add new features and functionality 41% 9% 11% 18% 18% 3%
  11. 11. Scrum Alliance Members around the world 11 Scrum Alliance members cover 90% of the countries in the world. 3% 13%34% >1% >1% 45% 4% >1%
  12. 12. Beyond software development 12 Content development ✓Human Resources ✓Marketing ✓Finance ✓Legal ✓Sales Business Functions Auto manufacturing, R&D The Agile School Hiring staff
  13. 13. Scrum Alliance Provides “Scrum Alliance is an outstanding resource for all things related to Scrum– highly recommended with the latest ideas, resources and food for thought.” Sandra Macaulay Robinson, Ph.D., CSPO, CSM, CSP 13 Scrum Alliance Members Advocacy EducationCommunity
  14. 14. Come see for yourself! 14 Join Scrum Alliance for free http://www.scrumalliance.org/freemembership
  15. 15. Questions? 15

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