Jeff Sutherland’s Scrum Project Management Company
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Becoming Agile is no longer an option – it’s a necessity.
More technology changes will occur in the next ten years in the business landscape than in the last one hundred years! Going forward, the speed of change will become ten times faster and companies need to become more responsive in order to survive.
The 16th Annual State of Agile Report quantifies what many business leaders have been feeling for some time – agility is a requirement for success. Scrum is now – by far – the most dominant framework in Agile.
87% of respondents use Scrum at the team level – up from 54% just two years ago and Scrum@Scale is now the fastest-growing scaling framework in the world.
Learn from the best!
Jeff Sutherland, Inventor & Co-Creator of Scrum and Scrum@Scale, is sharing his knowledge and experience to help businesses and teams adjust their practices to deliver twice the value at half the cost.
Since 1993, Jeff has personally helped thousands of companies and trained tens of thousands of individuals, and his company, Scrum Inc, has trained and consulted for many more.
One of Scrum’s key benefits is the ability to move quickly, yet remain predictable.
Recent Case studies
Here are some of the
100+ companies Jeff has
helped implement Scrum and become Agile
How John Deere’s Global IT Group Implemented a Holistic Transformation Powered by Scrum@Scale, Scrum, DevOps, and a Modernized Technology Stack.
The Client Marketing Release Train, which provides the client-facing front end and user experience for the mortgage system, then took the Scaled Agile model that all release trains were implementing and layered Scaled Scrum with DevOps practices on top of it.
More case studies facilitated by Jeff and people he has trained can be found in the Scrum Inc. Case Study LibraryJeff is the founder of the Agile Education Program for Registered Agile and Scrum training. Many graduates of his program have published case studies in interesting domains, such as Scrum In Construction.
Any company today is going to have 10x more competitors tomorrow than in previous years.
An Agile business is one better suited to thrive in volatile times.
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What do we do?
Being Agile is not something that a business intuitively grasps. It requires effort and that’s why JVS Management is here for you.Learn more
- Advisory services for Agile organizations
- Contracting services for Agile transformation
- Scrum project management services to accelerate projects
- Consulting and coaching for teams of executives
- Presentations & Webinars
- Increased revenue and profitability
- More collaborative, cooperative workplace
- More visibility as a business leader
- Better alignment on business needs across the organization
What Scrum is all about?
The term “Scrum” was first introduced in a
1986 paper from Harvard Business Review written by two Japanese business professors, Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka.
After years of working in different companies, Jeff Sutherland realized that organizations, teams, and people are all complex adaptive systems. Based on that philosophy, he developed techniques and tools that created Scrum and would later form the foundation of Scrum Inc.
In a nutshell, Scrum is a better way to work together and get work done.
Scrum in everyday life
Prof. Peter Göttel
Professor für Projektmanagement
Technische Universität München
TUM School of Engineering and Design
“Das war ein echtes Highlight. Vielen Dank für die Organisation. Jeff hat mich an Mick Jagger erinnert den ich letzte Woche in MUC noch einmal live erleben durfte. Diese Energie… unbelievable in dem Alter.”
“That was a real highlight. Thanks a lot for the organization. Jeff reminded me of Mick Jagger who I was able to see live in Munich last week. This energy… unbelievable at that age.”
“Thank you a lot for your contribution towards Agile Scrum and Guide. You are my mentor and inspiration Jeff. Your interviews, Blogs, Books giving me a continuous guidance every time. I am a Scrum Master from India and I have been travelling in Scrum for the last 10 years and I would like to share my humble gratitude to you and your guidance is one of the reason behind my successful agile journey. Long Live Jeff. Take care of your health.”