Scrum is the most commonly used agile framework, having been used for more than 25 years and all over the world. Over a million people have been certified as Scrum Masters.
However, Scrum is plagued with dysfunction in over 50% of teams. This causes projects to be late, over budget, with unhappy customers.
Given the usefulness of Scrum and its enormous popularity, it is the obligation of those who care deeply about methods to dramatically, not just marginally, improve the success rate of adopting Scrum. This panel will discuss such ways, both to improve Scrum itself and how Scrum is adopted.