25621Re: [scrumdevelopment] Praise for Scrum
- Dec 4, 2007I've read the article. Is that all the praise you have!?!You must be difficult to please!
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From: Alan Shalloway <alshall@...>
Sent: Tuesday, 4 December, 2007 7:16:54 AM
Subject: [scrumdevelopment] Praise for Scrum
I just wrote a blog I think might be of interest to members of this
group. It's titled Praise for Scrum and starts with:
I have been accused of two things in the last few days. One is true,
the other isn't. The one that is true is that I'm always looking for
what's missing and not acknowledging enough what has been done. The
one that isn't true is that I don't like Scrum. Although as CEO of a
global training/consulting company I feel I need to look for what is
missing, I also need to praise and acknowledge the good things around
me. Something I don't do this as much as I could. Since I am a firm
believer in the ability of people to create magic in their lives, I
guess this makes me a very optimistic, half-empty glass kind of
However, I am committed to acknowledging more about what is good and
less about focusing on the negative. As a start down this path of
personal transformation, I wanted to take an opportunity to praise
Scrum and discuss many of the things I like about it. So here goes.
To see the rest, go to our blog (http://www.netobjec tives.com/ blog).
CEO, Net Objectives
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