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Re: Scrum Meetings

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  • Jeff Patton
    ... themselves, ... Scrum the ... whole ... all the ... There s a good point there. I wouldn t say you re compromising so much as you have an opportunity.
    Message 1 of 7 , Sep 11, 2004
      --- In agile-usability@yahoogroups.com, "Charlie Trainor"
      <charlie.trainor@s...> wrote:
      > MessagePriya,
      > You've received excellent advice on how to debug the meetings
      > which should help, but if you are looking to harness the power of
      Scrum the
      > interaction designers shouldn't be in a team by themselves. The
      > purpose of Scrum (like other agile approaches) is to deliver working
      > software at the end of a sprint, so the team has to have a mix of
      all the
      > necessary skills. Anything else is a compromise.

      There's a good point there. I wouldn't say you're compromising so
      much as you have an opportunity. Your group likely coordinates with
      some other groups. Once you get your standups working, what would
      happen if you invited in representatives from the other groups you
      coordinate with?



      > - Charlie
      > Priya wrote:
      > I would like to know from those of you who have experience being
      a 'Design
      > Scrum Master'. The design team in our department is adopting Scrum,
      and are
      > scheduled to have daily Scrum meetings for the designers (all
      > designers).
      > ...
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