2966RE: [scrumdevelopment] RE: What to do with "loose ends"
- Mar 11, 2004Old habits die slowly. Teams still feel that it is their responsibility to
diminish quality to increase functionality. Over and over, we discuss that
quality is invariant unless the customer so chooses.
From: Karl Scotland [mailto:karl.scotland@...]
Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2004 5:25 AM
Subject: RE: [scrumdevelopment] RE: What to do with "loose ends"
> -----Original Message-----My first thought is why are there so many loose ends? As well as
> From: Greg [mailto:profos9@...]
> So, if the "loose ends" are considered as individual
> items and prioritized as such they may never be
> addressed. Thus it would seem that this is when the
> collective nature of these "loose ends" is a problem.
> The end result being the product that is unrefined,
> unpolished and ready for prime time.
> Any thoughts?
looking to catch them before the sprint review, could it also be because
the team is commiting to too much in each sprint? What would happen if
they commited to a little bit less so there's less of a rush to get
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