Scrum, the next 21 years
Scrum is now 21 years old and has become the most popular Agile framework in our industry with +90% of Agile projects saying they are using Scrum. Scrum has become the de-facto team based development approach. Even the next generation of Agile methods such as DAD and SAFe still encourage teams to use Scrum. But has Scrum fulfilled it potential? What is next for Scrum?
In this talk Dave West, former Forrester Analyst and now product owner at Scrum.org describes the challenges that Scrum has not addressed and what the future of Scrum looks like as it helps individuals, teams and teams of teams deliver software just a little bit better and improve the practice of software development. In this talk Dave will introduce 3 new initiatives for Scrum in the areas of assessment, scaling with Nexus and expanding what done means with DevOps and Evidence Based Measurement.
Outline/structure of the Session
* Why software matters
* The success of Scrum
* The next opportunities
* The future of Scrum
* The role of assessments and validated learning
* Scaling Scrum with the Nexus
* Extending Done to include Devops and feedback
* What does that mean to you
The keynote talk provides a roadmap for the future of Scrum and what is next. Attendees will understand not just why Scrum has been such as success, but also how Scrum still has a major part to play in the future.
Anyone that is interested in Scrum. All roles.