Flaccid Scrum - cominciamo dalla definizione



Unskilled developers - most developers working in a team are unable to build an increment of product within an iteration. They are unfamiliar with modern engineering and quality practices, and they don’t have an infrastructure supportive of these practices.

Ignorant customer - most customers are still used to throwing a book of requirements over the wall to development and wait for the slips to start occurring, all the time adding the inevitable and unavoidable changes.

Belief in magic - most customers and managers still believe that if they want something badly enough and pressure developers enough to do it, that it will happen. They don’t understand that the pressure valve is quality and long term product sustainability and viability.

Il post originale: http://jeffsutherland.com/scrum/2009/05/ken-schwaber-on-flaccid-scrum-new.html



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