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Scrum implementation in companies

Scrum, one of the most popular agile methods for project management, is often used to increase efficiency and flexibility in software development projects. As with any methodology, Scrum has advantages as well as disadvantages and limitations in practical implementation that need to be taken into account.

Implementation of Scrum within an organization

To support the implementation of Scrum at a customer, we consider the following steps and measures.

Training and

We provide training in Scrum principles and practices to ensure that the client's team understands the methodology and can apply it effectively. One-to-one coaching for key roles such as the Scrum Master or Product Owner can be particularly valuable.

Implementation of Scrum ceremonies and artifacts 

We support you in setting up and running Scrum ceremonies such as daily stand-ups, sprint planning, sprint reviews and retrospectives. We also help the team with the use of Scrum artifacts such as the product backlog and the sprint backlog.


If the client wants to extend Scrum beyond a single team, we support them in scaling the methodology to cover multiple teams or the entire company.


We provide ongoing support and advice, if required, to promote the sustainable use and further development of Scrum at the customer.

to the context 

We help the client to adapt Scrum to their specific needs and challenges. The essence of Scrum should be retained, but the application should be practical and relevant to the client's specific working environment.

Promoting an
agile culture 

We support the development of an agile culture based on collaboration, continuous learning, adaptability and transparency. This can include raising awareness of agile values throughout the organization.

Communication and
stakeholder management 

We support effective communication strategies and stakeholder management to ensure that everyone involved is kept in the loop and supports the project.

of Scrum teams 

We support the client in setting up effective Scrum teams. This includes helping to select the right team members and defining their roles and responsibilities.

Monitoring and continuous improvement 

We work with our client to establish the appropriate mechanisms for monitoring and measuring the effectiveness of Scrum. We use metrics and feedback based on our experience from many years of projects to identify and implement areas for improvement.

Problem solving and
conflict resolution 

We help identify and resolve obstacles and conflicts that may arise during Scrum implementation.

Through these steps, we can ensure that your customer not only understands Scrum, but also effectively integrates it into their work processes.

Successful projects in the area of Scrum implementation

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