55413Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Scrum at Yahoo
- Jul 14, 2012Jim,> It seems to me that an organisation with rapidly changing priorities would be a good candidate for Scrum, not a bad one.I'm curious as to why you said this. Are you saying that Scrum would make the rapidly changing priorities more visible?-------
From: jamesjhawkins <jhawkins@...>
Sent: Monday, July 2, 2012 3:33 AM
Subject: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Scrum at Yahoo
Well, this is not what you asked but what I'm thinking is:
1. If a business model doesn't work, Scrum won't make it work.
In Scrum terms, if the product owner and team are prioritising the wrong user stories, their business may fail even if their Scrum practice is perfect.
2. An organisation's failure to implement Scrum may be a symptom of a wider problem: inability to change.
Any organisation that cannot change will fail sooner or later.
It seems to me that an organisation with rapidly changing priorities would be a good candidate for Scrum, not a bad one.
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