Continually questioning your own business and delivering innovative products are some of the key premises to stay competitive. In a complex, fast moving environment, demands and technologies change with an insane frequency and can mostly not be translated into a concrete product for the moment.
Scrum is a framework that allows your company to launch your projects with only little information about the characteristics of your future product.
Scrum teams consist of different roles with different responsibilities but share the same values such as courage, openness and commitment. They work in repeatable, fixed time-boxes called “sprints”. Within this repetitive framework, the teams iteratively deliver functional products (MVPs), so feedback can be constantly gathered to incrementally make improvements. In other ways as well, always having a working product at hand may be very useful.
Scrum teams are self-organizing as they will find their own individual way how best to reach their targets. They are cross-functional as they comprise all the different competences needed to work on their objectives and can therefore perform independently and flexibly.
Those individual teams can be connected to create productive, collaborative networks within an organization. In this way, even complex environments can be dealt with, which has often been proven in the past.
Scrum can be used for developing products, services and the management of any organization. This framework promotes creativity, productivity and flexibility in every state of your projects.