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Take No Prisoners: How a Venture Capital Group Does Scrum

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2 Author(s)
Sutherland, J. ; Scrum Training Inst., Boston, MA, USA ; Altman, I.

In 2007, OpenView Venture Partners decided to adopt Scrum as best practice in software development in its portfolio companies and Scrum as the standard practice in internal operations. It is one of the first high-performance non-software Scrums that delivers twice as much value in fewer working hours. The model at OpenView provides data and a working manual on how to do Scrum outside of software development. Their aggressive removal of impediments (take no prisoners!) distinguishes them from Scrum implementations that are unable to remove institutionalized waste.

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Agile Conference, 2009. AGILE '09.

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24-28 Aug. 2009