Question 1. (max 2 pages) Transitioning an organization from running development projects with the Waterfall approach to Agile/SCRUM is not an easy undertaking. Reflect on what you think are the biggest challenges that have to be overcome and how you would approach this transition. a. Describe four different challenges that organizations face when they want to transition to SCRUM. For each challenge explain what the challenge is and why this is a critical challenge in your opinion. b. Describe for each challenge that you identified above what strategies you would use to overcome the challenge. Question 2. (max 2 pages) SCRUM was originally intended as a project management approach for software development projects. However, one may argue that SCRUM can be used as a generic project management approach that can be applied in the context of any type of project, covering different focus areas in a company (e.g. marketing, finance, or HR). Reflect on this position. To what extent do you agree that SCRUM can be used as a generic project management approach? To what extent do you disagree? Where lay the limits of the applicability of SCRUM to the management of complex projects? Question 3. (max 3 pages) Visit: https://michaelochurch.wordpress.com/2015/06/06/why-agile-and-especially-scrum-are-terrible/ (A pdf of the blog will be available on CANVAS as well). As you can tell, not everyone is convinced about the value of SCRUM. Critically reflect on the opinions presented in the blog. (Please note that you do not have to read/consider the hundreds of responses to this blog). a. To what extent do you agree with the author’s point of view? On what issues do you disagree? b. Based on your experience/understanding of SCRUM, what kinds of adjustments to SCRUM and its practices or what other initiatives would you explore to address some of the issues that the author raises?