Using Scrum for Successful Project Management

27 August 2020 27 Aug 2020 1 min 22 sec
by: Ryan Key
“My main goal is to get things right the first time, provide what is required accurately with the minimum waste of resources as possible.”

“The Art of doing twice the work in half time” - Jeff Suntherland (Creator of SCRUM)

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Location: New Intercity Fleet Maintenance project, Central Coast NSW
Team Leader: Renata
#plantsintheground: 240 thousand tube plants and 450 trees
Team: 4
Average of tubes planted in a day: 1950 tubes per worker
Best mark: 2100 tubes per worker per day
Requirements: Online and onsite induction and Rail corridor cards

Note from the Team Leader Renata

We applied Scrum management practices to this project. “My main goal is to get things right the first time, provide what is required accurately with the minimum waste of resources as possible.”

The outcome was an efficient, well priced project, completed on time and best of all… our clients were very happy!

Reference to Scrum…
The Scrum guide was based on the three pillars:

  • Transparency
  • Inspection
  • Adaptation

These pillars were ensuring the team to work collaboratively, adapt to the changes and respect each other’s decisions during work. Along with the processes of Scrum, there come the core Scrum Values:

  • Commitment,
  • Focus,
  • Openness,
  • Respect, and
  • Courage

The method of work applied by Renata is a great example of why Ecoplant is your planting professional. Our Team Leaders learn and develop themselves and apply their extensive work experience to our clients projects. The outcomes matter to us and we do what it takes.

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Ryan Key

Managing Director

Our fearless leader, Ryan Key is the driving force behind the Ecoplant Australia name and reputation.


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