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Scrum is simple to understand but difficult to master(?)

According to the Scrum Guide, "Scrum is...Simple to understand, Difficult to master."


I have never agreed with this statement. Scrum is easy. I can explain it in 5 or 6 sentences. If you agree with the basic principles and design decisions, Scrum makes sense and is very easy to follow.

However, most organizations are not structured around these principles. Scrum therefore implies changes in how people work, and those changes are really hard for most organizations:
Deliver something of value at least once per month. Many developers and teams are not capable of doing this, and have to learn a lot of new skills. Their organizations are structured around not doing this. Changing this is hard.A team solves the whole problem (from idea to done). This implies feature-teams, but most organizations are organized as component teams, so this implies a reorganization. This is hard.One voice speaks for the customer. The means decision-making about the product is delegated into the team. …

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Why do you want to teach your team Scrum? From a company's perspective,  one answer dominates: better results, faster. I spent much of last year talking to my customers about this goal, why it is so hard to achieve, and how can I better help my customers achieve this goal.

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How can I help you to achieve these goals:
Get Stuff Done: Certified Scrum MasterGet the Right Stuff Done: Certified Scrum Product OwnerCreate Alignment: Personal Agility / Leadership AgilityCultivate the Agile Mindset: Achieving Performance through Agility You can get help and support from me and other practitioners through my online mentoring program: Achieving Performance Through Agility ("APA"): Group Mentor…