Scrum is by far the most used ( and abused !!) Agile project management framework in use currently across the globe. But is Scrum working for you? Is it making your team more productive or restricting them? You are working on a POC or an R&D project and two weeks seems too far to get feedback? Is Scrum really suitable for all your products and projects?
Most organizations and teams adopting Scrum have had to answer these questions sooner or later and they have struggled to find the right answers…and I am sure YOU have been there too. Till date 15 organizations have adopted Battlefield Agility and they have reported up to 45% increase in their productivity over traditional Agile methods. Your Army is here to help you think beyond Scrum and reap the benefits of Agility.
The authors of ‘Battlefield Agility’, a framework for supercharged Agile teams, borrows the key principles of continuous success and discipline from the Armed Forces. The Army often exults memories of command and control, but time and time again, through multiple battles Army units emerge successful. So, is there a hidden mantra there, which we can use to make our teams more effective and productive? Combining principles from the Army with people focus from Agile and behavior management from the Fish! Philosophy, Battlefield Agility provides a sustainable path to success.