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comment Agile software development: How do you react *financially* to changing user requirements?
A hard to get goal is to stop people from doing Extra Hours, when they do bad estimates and try to reach the Iteration/Sprint goal. Every time we allow this Bad Practice we end up with a fake velocity. That's why I vote for this answer because the first paragraph explains how we should manage our time, knowing that the goal is to work, the best we can, a certain amount of hours and re-size the Scope as needed.
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