Scrum is based on a small set of core values, principles, and practices (collectively the Scrum framework). As an industry we are getting better at using Scrum to become more agile. However, our goal is not just to become more agile, but rather to leverage our increased agility by applying Scrum in an economically sensible way to deliver superior business results.

There is no one universal way of applying Scrum. Instead, each organization must define its own unique approach by making appropriate decisions and tradeoffs when deciding how to use Scrum. Without having an economic foundation for evaluating the consequences of these decisions and tradeoffs, it is difficult to make informed, economically sensible choices.

In this talk Kenny Rubin discuss Scrum through the lens of an economic framework. Through this framework we focus not only on doing better Scrum, but doing better Scrum at both the team and organizational level in a way that we know is leading to desirable business results.

Speaker: Kenny Rubin

Date/Time: 11/5/13 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Venue: Blackbaud, 11501 Domain Drive, Suite 200, Austin, TX 78758

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