086: (Part 3) The Art & Science Of Doing Twice As Much In Half The Time Using Scrum For Ecommerce
Posted by August 11, 2015on
If you’ve listened to parts one and two of this three-part series you should have a firm grasp on scrum, the methodology we use to help us do twice as much in half the time.
The final episode in this series will cover our personal experiences using the methodology, how we’ve modified it to fit our business, the things we’re improving as we move along, and how we think you should apply it to your ecommerce company. Plus, we also have a special guest joining us, and he goes by the name “Master Splinter.”
No, he’s not a mutant rat.
The Scrum Methodology was originally designed for technical projects, but now it’s being applied to business and it’s been a smashing success for many.
Our own experience has been extremely positive. Our team is on the same page, we’re doing the right things at the right time, and we’re knocking out project after project weekly.
This episode is part three in a 3-part series about applying the scrum methodology to innovate with disciplined execution while getting twice as much done in half the time.
Tim Francis is the guest on the first two episodes in this series. He is a Scrum “master” so to speak and he taught us the ins and outs of the process. In the first two episodes of this series, he outlines what scrum looks like and how you can use it in your business.
Key Takeaways from the Show
- How Scrum can help anyone do twice as much in half the time
- Why and how the Scrum framework applies to ecommerce
- A complete breakdown of the 5 essential components of successful Scrum implementation
- The most inefficient way to get projects done
Links / Resources
- “Get Twice As Much Done In Half The Time with Scrum” Process Map & Resource Links
- BOOK – Mindset the New Psychology of Success
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