An Intro to Business Value Engineering

On June 30, 2010, while I was in Montreal giving a CSM course, I joined the Scrum User Group and gave a new, somewhat different, presentation on BV engineering. The group seemed to like it, so I am making the point in a more practical, concrete way.

Click here to see my presentation.

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3 thoughts on “An Intro to Business Value Engineering

  1. Olivier

    Thank you again for your call to thoughts about how to engineer Value. We tend to take the definition of Value in Scrum for granted. But I observe we (Scrum Practioners) often take a simplified definition that does not include KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION! I'll write more on this on my blog soon. In the meantime, the Montreal Scrum User Group's website is http://www.scrumusergroup.ca.

    Using OpenId to leave comments on your blog generates an error. I had to log in using my Google account…

    BTW and talking about managers (your more recent subject), "Kittyhawk" is the name of HP's innovative 1.3 inch drive. It was a failure because management failed to adapt to the unfolding reality: they had created a marketing plan at a time they knew nothing about the market, and insisted on sticking to it. (Source: The Innovator's Dilemma)

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