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comment What are the common mistakes in 'tailored Scrum approaches'?
your definition is apt for a waterfall method. Scrum is intended to provide working software every few iterations, rather than a long wait. Within a few iterations the customers 'get' something, rather than at the end of a six month wait! The idea is to iteratively build a good working software using the feedback of customers.
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comment What are the common mistakes in 'tailored Scrum approaches'?
@JohnFx, excellent point: I might be subjected to Harwell's laws My attempt is not to lobby against/for, but only make a suggestions on understanding the essence of Scrum.
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comment What are the common mistakes in 'tailored Scrum approaches'?
I agree to your view, but feel you missed out on a few things: 1. in the structure, development manager is 'outside' the developers+QAs (development team in Scrum) 2. tracking time against a project is counter-intuitive, because it does not tell how long it is to get to 'done' on a story-the crux of Scrum.
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