Implementing Scrum Successfully on a Non-Software Development ProjectKerri Sutey
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A common misconception of Agile Scrum is that it can only be applied to software development projects. This case study examines a DOD Modeling & Simulation project set in a Scrum environment and focuses on the roles, interactions and "rules of engagement" for all relevant stakeholders. Some of the key aspects that will be described are the critical importance of the team, customer involvement, frequent communication, and lessons learned. Executed properly, Scrum can transform the responsiveness, productivity, and quality of products and organizations. This work serves as proof that Agile can be successfully implemented in non-software development projects.