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37RE: [scrumdevelopment] Problems Persist

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  • Marc Perrone
    May 4, 2000
      I think one problem is that many startups in the internet space are founded
      by charismatic guys who may at one time have been hands on technically. At
      any rate they tend to have a lot of ego invested in the venture. It's
      difficult for this type of person to let go enough to stop at setting a
      vision and removing obstacles.

      --Marc Perrone

      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Ken Schwaber [mailto:virman@...]
      > Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2000 6:52 AM
      > To: scrumdevelopment@egroups.com
      > Subject: [scrumdevelopment] Problems Persist
      > I've been discussing Scrum with a number of Internet startup's and
      > have been surprised. Many of the problems that Scrum solves persist
      > and the word on how easy it is to solve them using Scrum seems to be
      > narrowly distributed.
      > In particular, the problem of engineers thinking that product
      > management can't make up their mind, and that product management and
      > marketing think engineering can't deliver persists, along with the
      > floundering that results in no new releases. The other surprise
      > (which I guess shouldn't be) is the lack of awareness that
      > management's primary goals are to set a vision and to remove
      > obstacles.
      > Any ideas on how to get these and Scrum's other concepts out more
      > clearly?
      > Ken Schwaber
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