What motivates entrepreneurs? Money? Control? In truth, some entrepreneurs are expecting to get rich. Others want to grow and control a new venture. But most would probably answer — both — and in the process of mixing the two, ended up with neither.
India used to be seen as the perfect offshore research and development hub for global firms seeking to tap its low-cost and supposedly vast engineering talent pool to devise products for world markets.
Back in 1995, Harvard Business School professor James McKenney called computer costs an “insatiable economic sump” for businesses. From the time the first mainframes were installed in offices in the 1950s, companies have been pouring cash into information technology, much of it going to upgrade existing equipment and programmes.
Scrum is intended for management of software development projects, and it has been successfully used to “wrap” Extreme Programming and other development methodologies.