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Scrum-But vs Scrum-In-Motion – Part 12 of the Scrum Myth-Buster Series

Posted On November 16, 2016 1:35 pm By Ilan

Welcome back and I know that I’ve kept you in suspense for this final installment but better late than never, right? Without further ado, let’s debunk the final myth. This one is particularly nasty because it leads to some pretty serious Agile religious wars (and we all know how religious wars end…). This is the […]

‘Scouting ahead with Product Backlog Refinement’ – Part 11 of the Scrum Myth-Buster Series

Posted On May 5, 2016 12:16 pm By Ilan

Welcome back and apologies for the delay but life has been especially hectic with the final, frantic flurry of activity trying to make sure that the 3rd Scrum Australia Regional Gathering went according to plan. Anyway, in this next installment we are going to be sticking with the Sprint Backlog to tackle possibly the most […]

‘Obsessing over Sprint failure’ – Part 10 of the Scrum Myth-Buster Series

Posted On February 5, 2016 9:01 am By Ilan

Happy new year my fellow Scrum mythbusters and I hope you’ve all started 2016 in tremendous fashion! I thought we’d start off the year with what I’d consider to be one of the most toxic and prevalent myths that I see out there in the Agile world that leads to some seriously dysfunctional thinking. So, […]

‘Sprint Reviews vs Walkthroughs’ – Part 9 of the Scrum Myth-Buster series

Posted On December 20, 2015 8:13 am By Ilan

We are now up to myth nine, and this time we are going to rapidly dispel a common Sprint Review myth that we see. This is the belief that the Sprint Review is the event to engage with the Product Owner to discuss, demonstrate and validate the output of the current Sprint. This myth harkens […]

‘Potentially shippable = potentially confusing…’ – Part 8 of the Scrum Myth-Buster Series

Posted On November 17, 2015 8:08 pm By Ilan

Welcome back and it’s time for myth number eight! This one focuses on some ambiguous terminology that leads to some major misunderstandings surrounding the intended output of the Sprint. The term that I’m referring to here is ‘potentially shippable product increment’. The most operable word, potentially is often ignored or forgotten giving rise to the […]

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