How would Scrum apply to a culture where the rule is to set more rules. To cover all angles, and to be prepared even for very unlikely scenarios?
In this episode we discuss how Scrum can survive in a culture like the German culture, where people want to have rules for many reasons, and want to prevent all possible mistakes with those rules.
We discuss what might be the impact, and how to adapt, and learn from that cultural perspective.
Rules are good, but how much should we focus on rule-setting vs adapting to the unknown?
About Maximilian Fritzsche
Maximilian worked as a Scrum Master for several years and believes that the way to look at the role is to always have in mind the following quote: "Keep moving forward" - his favorite quote, and what he tries to do every day. “One step at a time!”
You can link with Maximilian Fritzsche on LinkedIn.