I am working in a software organization that uses Scrum (and XP) for
about 4 years now. We are also more and more spreading the word within
I am preparing a talk on Scrum for a hardware/electronics
organization, but have a hard time defining the end result of an
iteration. For software projects we can easily state: a potentially
shippable product functionality. How would you do that with e.g. a
Who knows about successful non-software projects that use or have used
Scrum? I would like to include one or two in my presentation - nothing
is more convincing than examples.
In general I suggest that the Scrum community could use more
information on this topic.
Wim van de Goor
Philips Research Laboratories Eindhoven, P&I/SES