Thursday 28th April, 2016
1:45pm to 2:35pm
This session will demonstrate how Scrum and its supporting principles accelerate decision-making in projects and portfolios.
Why is this important? Because effective and timely decision-making is essential for reducing lead times, and decreasing time-to-market is one of Agile’s founding tenets.
Many organisations using traditional project/program delivery (i.e non-Scrum/Agile/Lean) have long decision-making cycles (e.g. monthly status reports, quarterly reviews and annual planning). These impose a huge, often invisible cost in terms of both responding to change and delivering quickly.
This session will cover a mix of theory and practice regarding decision-making, including how one organisation used agile practices to make over 20,000 decisions in two days on its flagship product.
Attendees will leave with an understanding of how to harness Scrum for better decision-making.
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