You ve got several approaches that has been documented in J. Sutherland s Money for nothing publication. Scrum sounds to address easier this point becauseMessage 1 of 5 , Dec 1 12:24 AMView SourceYou've got several approaches that has been documented in J. Sutherland's "Money for nothing" publication.
Scrum sounds to address easier this point because it's naturally time boxed and you can mitigate the deliverable into "Fix Date Req".Into a Kanban it rocks a bit more because you need to be sure that your Requirement can be delivered into this time slot according to known team capacities. To be sure, you have to have a very lean flow, defined processes, defined and fine sliced requirements (ups... sorry to hurt you!). Let's say a Simple System.In real life, you reduce the scope iteratively and focus on the head of the backlog (20% high priorities).
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On 30 November 2011 19:50, RonJeffries <ronjeffries@...> wrote: