Although there is a greater likeliness of success in Scrum projects than in non-Scum projects, Scrum projects sometimes fail as well. If you ask the people involved in failed Scrum projects, they quickly accuse Scrum of being the cause for the failure. They claim to have done everything that Scrum requires, but failed, so the method . . . → Read More: How to Staff an Agile Team
Sometimes business process automation (BPA) is described as the silver bullet to improve agility and time to market. Especially large vendors spend huge amounts of marketing budget to promote their BPM tool suites, “360 Degree”- and “Zero Code”-approaches.
But why does BPM increasy agility? Is it really easier to adapt processes to business changes if a process . . . → Read More: Agility through Business Process Automation?