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Why are efficiency and flexibility still problems that most companies face? Why do even the most strategic plans become expensive failures? Sutherland’s experience in the corporate world made him ask the same questions, and via this book he provides the reader with one of the most revolutionary productivity concepts ever — Scrum. Unravel the secrets of efficiency and productivity, that can change conventional leadership and management styles forever.
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