37059RE: [scrum developmen t] Re: Don ¡Çt Split A Story In to Tasks
- Mar 12, 2009It is a statistical impossibility for us all to be above average.
Date: Thu, 12 Mar 2009 19:43:07 +0000
Subject: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Don¡Çt Split A Story Into TasksHi Ron,
Thanks for the laugh. No, even with the stock market rally above 7000, I have not lost touch with reality.
We may all be above average, but I ain't holding my breath for to many teams getting to hyperproductivity. BUT...my main point is that they all should aspire to become hyperproductive.
If you were teasing me about something else, be more direct. I think I took my "dense" pill today.
--- In scrumdevelopment@ yahoogroups. com, Ron Jeffries <ronjeffries@ ...> wrote:
> Hello, Joseph. On Thursday, March 12, 2009, at 8:19:51 AM, you
> > How do we define an inexperienced team? Why don't we say any
> > team that is not hyperproductive, meaning any team working at less
> > than 5x industry average productivity. Not "operational" enough
> > in your situation? Then any team that is not clearly at least 5x
> > as productive as the average team in your area. (This relates to
> > Story Points, not Business Value points, for now. Long, but useful, discussion.)
> So as soon as all teams are hyper, they have to go back to hours?
> Ron Jeffries
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