- Submitted: Sat, 2016-05-21 22:00
- Updated: Sat, 2016-05-21 22:00
- Topic: Process
- Type: 5 Minute Lightning Talk
During a recent scrum training session a student asked me a rather startling question, "What would the world look like if the Nazis had used Scrum?"
It was a startling question. At first I was taken completely aback, "What an appalling idea!" I thought. But then as I gave it more consideration, I realized that the question is an excellent test of our ability to articulate just what Scrum is, and how it would change the world (for the better).
In this talk, I make a very brief case for how Scrum might have impacted the society, politics, and military tactics of 1930s Germany - making the case for how Scrum might make the world a better place.