Could Aggregation of “Marginal Gains” Lead to Innovation?

schedule 10:45 AM - 11:30 AM place Grand Ball Room people 2 Attending

Scrum's underlying philosophy is similar to the idea of "aggregation of small gains" over a reasonable period of time eventually leading to breakthrough results. In this talk, we will review examples from diverse fields such as military and sports and then discuss how these ideas help improve the efficacy of Scrum implementations to accelerate innovation.

 
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http://www.slideshare.net/Managewell/could-aggregation-of-marginal-gains-lead-to-innovation

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Learning Outcome

Scrum's underlying philosophy is similar to the idea of "aggregation of small gains" over a reasonable period of time eventually leading to breakthrough results. In this talk, we will review examples from diverse fields such as military and sports and then discuss how these ideas help improve the efficacy of Scrum implementations to accelerate innovation.

Target Audience

Any Agilist

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