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Posted by: Tanja ESCHBERGER
Category: Scrum

Daily Scrum: What regular exchange brings to a project team

  Regular team exchanges play an important role in agile project management. The number of meetings may increase compared to traditional project management methods. However, the time team members spend in conferences is decreasing. Read in this blog post how a daily scrum works, why it does not necessarily have to take place daily and what regular short meetings bring to the project team...

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Posted by: Tanja ESCHBERGER
Category: Scrum

How to adapt the 12 principles of Scrum for product development

  It is not always clear at the start of a project what it will look like in the end. After all, the general conditions can change as well as the customer's requirements. Scrum offers the possibility to respond to the changed framework conditions. Read in this blog article how Scrum differs from common project management models and how you can adapt the 12 principles of the agile project...

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These methods for testing hypotheses are available

  The development of new products, services and business models is naturally accompanied by numerous uncertainties. This makes innovation projects a risky business. The risk can be minimized and the probability of success increased by forming hypotheses and tests and experiments based on them. However, this only applies if hypothesis tests are used right from the start. If the finished p...

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Posted by: Tanja ESCHBERGER
Category: Scrum

5 errors to avoid when introducing Scrum

  Scrum is a proven agile method for implementing complex innovation projects. The advantages of agile innovation management with Scrum lie primarily in the iterative, step-by-step approach, which is ideal for projects with a high degree of innovation, uncertainties and risks. We will show you five common mistakes to avoid when introducing Scrum. 1. Wrong expectations Scrum as a method f...

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