And Scrum is a lot like building LEGO. When we almost lost the project with Debbie in 2008, I was desperate to find a way around it. Choosing to switch to Scrum was a desperate measure. But I’m glad we did it.
The success of that project helped us win more projects. It opened doors for more opportunities. More importantly, it helped us have fun delivering projects.
Scrum beyond delivery.
Over the years, I’ve used Scrum for purposes beyond delivering projects. I’ve pitched proposals, estimated projects, and delivered projects. And I’ve been helping other Microsoft customers and partners do the same with my courses, masterclasses, content, and consulting.