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Scrum out of IT

Can Scrum be used outside Software? Is the Agile mindset still valid outside IT?

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For most IT teams, Scrum is part of their daily life.

Biweekly delivering working software to the customer. What did I do yesterday? What am I going to do today? Is something blocking my team to achieve our commitment? Product Owners that are regularly talking to stakeholders to get feedback and input on the product. Softwareteams swarming around user stories...

...but what about non-IT teams?

A common definition of Scrum is: "Scrum is a framework to maximise the value of your product and to minimise the risk of your development by iteratively delivering small increments."

So, according the definition Scrum is not limited to IT and that’s what more and more organisations are realising. Nowadays, Scrum is finding its way in hardware, services, HR, manufacturing,...

So what can Scrum bring you if you’re not in IT? What are the benefits and pitfalls, opportunities or impediments for using Scrum outside IT? Are other Agile frameworks more suitable? What are criteria to go for Agile or not?

Let’s find out together in this interactive free evening session!

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