Scrum Rollen | Andwender | End-User

Die Rolle Anwender kommt in der ursprünglichen Formulierung von Scrum ebenfalls nicht vor. Sie ist jedoch zunächst als Konzept, als Rolle, ebenso wichtig wie der Customer. Die Rolle des Users hat keine Verantwortlichkeiten. Wir können ihn nicht für die Qualität des Produktes verantwortlich machen oder für die Lieferung. Der User hat also kein Verantwortung in … weiterlesen →

Scrum for the Money

When you listen to Jeff Sutherland and hear all the stories about 400% revenue increase of company X,Y, Z then you start to wonder why we do Scrum. Most companies whichI coach and train want to do Scurm because they want to make more money.  And in a business context it is usually fully correct … weiterlesen →

ScrumMobils | Constellations

Recently I did not have enough consultants to do a huge organizational Scrum implemenation. In my desperation I found these great consultants: They helped me to run a huge visualization project. We worked with the customer on “showing” his organizational structure by using these ScrumMobils as actors. First we did a casting. From the 165 … weiterlesen →

Kens Squirrel Burger Story Retold

I found on Seth Godins Blog a very nice new story that tells us Ken’s squirrel burger story in a different way. Seth wanted a tea with ice (I know it’s odd ;) but did not want to pay for the ice. Have a look at what happend in: The bitter taste of …