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Doing the SAP Scrum


Today I finally finished my blog on the SAP Scrum. We started the second phase of the project by doing things differently, not the traditional waterfall but doing a Scrum.

In this blog you can read about some thoughts that kept me awake:

Why is it so hard to deal with changing requirements? Why is time pressure in a project forwarded to teams that are last in line, like developers and testers?

Read more in SAP Scrum: An agile approach to deliver what is really required.

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Scrum Process said…
Thank you for the info. It sounds pretty user friendly. I guess I’ll pick one up for fun. Thank u.

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