4348RE: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Scrum v. PMBoK
- Sep 2, 2004What would it take to arrange a few sessions with folks in a leadership role
in PMI with a few folks from the agile & SCRUM camps? Perhaps a forum at
one of the conferences? If enough folks are interested, how could we get
Linda M. Cook, CSM
From: Hubert Smits [mailto:hubert.smits@...]
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 5:09 AM
Subject: Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Scrum v. PMBoK
> I'm part of another group that has been in discussions about writing aIf I understand you correctly then you take a 'them vs. us' approach. What I
> whitepaper comparing agile management techniques to the PMBOK. But, if
> I do that I can't link to the PMI on my site if I say any negative
> comments about the PMBOK. From what I can tell of them, I don't know
> what they'd consider a "negative or disparaging reference." It could
> be as little as "And one place where Scrum offers a tiny, tiny
> improvement over the PMBOK is..." Just say that and the PMI Police
> could be at my door.
read in the original posting was more 'us added to them'. Ie. add the agile
tools to the toolbox that's called PMBOK. Naive maybe.
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