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56630Re: [scrumdevelopment] Questions about shifting from traditional project management to SCRUM

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  • Nirmala Jegadheesan
    Feb 24, 2013
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      Hi Ensieh,
          Every person from the PMO can take part in the SCRUM team based on the nature of projects your company handle. Either a project or a product the team would require a SCRUM master who actually does the "Project Controlling " part. Hence based on the project style the PMO members can get distributed among the SCRUM teams and take up roles like SCRUM MASter, Product owner or Retrospective Handler. But in all the cases, the involvment given by the PMO team in SCRUM methods would be more deeper and clearer than when you have performed in tradional methods. Can explain in detail if you have more questions.


      From: Ensieh Mohseni <en.mohseni@...>
      To: "scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com" <scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Saturday, February 23, 2013 5:04 PM
      Subject: [scrumdevelopment] Questions about shifting from traditional project management to SCRUM
      Dear Sir/Madam,

      I have been working for an IT company, which is mainly involves in software development. The company has project management office (PMO), which is in charge of planning and controlling the projects through traditional methods. Since some months ago, the company has decided to gradually shift from the current method to SCRUM.

      I was wondering how I, as a member of PMO, can play an effective role in this regard. I do believe that your experiment about companies that changed their classical project planning & control method to SCRUM would help us a lot to realize what steps are required to be taken, and how previous PMO members would engage in this transform.

      Kind regards,
      Ensieh Mohseni,
      Project Control Expert
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