Monthly Archives: October 2012

More You May Be a Scrum-but

Herewith, the final installment of You May Be a Scrum-But.  Feel free to check out Part 1 and Part 2 before reading this post. If you have to run all decisions through management, you may be a Scrum-but. You won’t achieve hyper-velocity … Continue reading

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You May Be a Scrum-but

Continuing on with my abuse of Jeff Foxworthy’s classic formulation, here are a few more ways in which you might be missing the full value of Scrum.  You can see the first list in Part 1. If your developers keep … Continue reading

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Being vs. Doing

I’m going to thank Joe Little for introducing me to the term Scrum-but, although I don’t think it’s his.  This is an organization that is doing Scrum – but with some changes to the typical process.  I’m not talking about … Continue reading

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