Scrum in everyday life
Agile working methods like Scrum are more and more common in companies, because the approaches lead to better products and efficient development. But the method from project management can also be used in everyday life.
But how could Scrum be integrated into everyday life?
Where can I use Scrum in my everyday life?
Instead of walking through the supermarket and taking everything that looks appetizing with you and noticing at home what you have forgotten, you could structure your shopping as follows:
For the beginning a shopping list is a good possibility. The list becomes something like a backlog in Scrum, a kind of To-Do list. The individual items then become sprints, for example they are divided into vegetable or drink sprints. After each sprint the shopping cart is adjusted.
First of all, the definition of Done has to be discussed with the flatmate, i.e. when is the flat considered tidy? Here you could then set a time when it is only cleaned up and nothing else is done.
Again, one must first think about it: What do I expect from a job? Afterwards, the possible jobs are searched for and it is checked whether the expectations match the offers. It is best to carry out short tests and check whether the hypotheses have been confirmed (prototyping). In a job this could be something like conversations with employees.
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