No matter how simple a project is, changes are inevitable. And with change comes delays, setbacks, and new expenses. In many traditional environments, even minor changes mean endless red tape and bureaucracy before a project can get back on track. Tasks are bounced from one department to the next, and nothing gets done because the flow has been interrupted.
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The bottom line is this: delays, changes and roadblocks all impact your bottom line. Every day that a product is delayed is a day without profits. With any project, the most important thing is delivering high-value elements to the end user in the shortest time possible. Scrum empowers teams to turn out the high-quality products that your customers demand – regardless of ongoing changes in requirements, personnel, or even budget.
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