INTRODUCTION

You have probably heard about the benefits of using Scrum as an agile way to manage software development projects.
But did you know that Scrum and other Agile practices can also be applied to business projects lead by non-technical teams?
The advantages of a faster time to market, reducing risks and increased team collaboration - to name a few - go well beyond software development.

Different industries worldwide already make use of Scrum's activities to manage all types of business projects.
The framework fits all shapes and sizes, from large companies to startups across all departments.

This guide will help get you with the practice and introduce you to all the ways Scrum can help your team in a
step-by-step approach.

WHAT WILL YOU FIND IN THIS MATERIAL?

#1

Choosing a PO

#2

Building your team

#3

Selecting a Scrum Master

#4

Creating the to-do list

#5

Estimating the effort

#6

Planning the Sprint

#7

Making work visible

#8

Holding daily meetings

#9

Reviewing the Sprint

#10

Looking back

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