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Use 🦄 Enterprise Scrum for:

  • Agile Leadership
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  • Agile Value Propositions
  • Agile Innovation
  • Agile Programs
  • Agile Projects
  • Agile Teams
  • Agile Culture
  • Agile Mindset


Use 🦄 Enterprise Scrum to agilize: 

  • company management
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  • marketing
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  • HW
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  • compliance management
  • transformation
  • education
  • asset management
  • portfolio management
  • HR
  • etc.


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Who was Mike Beedle?

Mike Beedle was a co-author of the Agile Mike Beedle with Scrum creator Jeff SutherlandManifesto and co-founder and CEO of three Scrum-managed companies, including Enterprise Scrum, Inc.  On March 23, 2018, Mike was killed on the street in an apparent robbery.  In the words of Scrum creator Jeff Sutherland, “the Scrum and Agile community has lost a giant.”  

Mike co-authored the first book and papers on “Agile” and “Scrum” and trained thousands in his Scrum certification classes.  He was a PhD in theoretical physics who made leaps to finance, software, management and teaching.  He could pick up and play almost any instrument, get around and get along with people anywhere in the world, and was the proud and loving father of six children.  

It’s fair to say that his passion for learning and improvement, for all kinds of people and work that mattered, touched and helped transform the lives of millions of people.  His passion lives on in the practices he pioneered and the people he taught.  

This page and the materials offered here can help you transform your work, your organization, and the world.  Explore.  Experiment.  Evolve.  And please share your stories and learning with others.  Mike Beedle will live on in all the good work Enterprise Scrum will support. 

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