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Re: How do we widen agile adoption?

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  • Phlip
    ... Nope. Given X stories, get X-n of them completely done. Not X of them mostly almost done. ... Then the next iteration you get 10% more stories.
    Message 1 of 86 , Jun 5, 2008
      Steven Gordon wrote:

      > Is simply deciding to plan 8 things instead of 10 and 90% of the time
      > getting all 8 of them really working really doing Scrum?

      Nope. Given X stories, get X-n of them completely done. Not X of them mostly
      almost done.

      > What if 20%
      > of the time they get all 8 really working and have time to pull in an
      > unplanned story?

      Then the next iteration you get 10% more stories.
    • Phlip
      ... Nope. Given X stories, get X-n of them completely done. Not X of them mostly almost done. ... Then the next iteration you get 10% more stories.
      Message 86 of 86 , Jun 5, 2008
        Steven Gordon wrote:

        > Is simply deciding to plan 8 things instead of 10 and 90% of the time
        > getting all 8 of them really working really doing Scrum?

        Nope. Given X stories, get X-n of them completely done. Not X of them mostly
        almost done.

        > What if 20%
        > of the time they get all 8 really working and have time to pull in an
        > unplanned story?

        Then the next iteration you get 10% more stories.
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