Re: SCRUM in IT Consulting company
- Hi Steven,
we mainly do contracts that should be fixed price. In reality,
estimations come from the budgets and rarely are "fixed".
With the competition of offshore, we are now gently going in the
direction of "fixed time and fixed price". The fact of having a
product and a sprint backlog, and of estimate on a daily basis, is
in my opinion (and hopes) a great advantage. We have a rigorous
formalization of requirements, and a clear vision of the timing.
At least, is what I hope we will get :-)
--- In email@example.com, "Steven Gordon"
> What kind of contracts are you doing with your customers (fixed
> time and materials, ...)?far from
> On 10/2/06, paccala paccala <paccala@...> wrote:
> > Ciao!
> > After a great coaching by a certified master and several years
> > agile, I am now implementing SCRUM in my company.company with a
> > The context is challenging because we are an IT consulting
> > team of around 15 developer, doing lot of small projects (1project-1 to 3
> > developers), often interrupted by mainteinance activities. Wedevelop mainly
> > with ASP.NET, and are now using the Cochango process in TeamSystem.
> > I would like to share my experience, and to know if someonehere has had a
> > similar one. If you want more details, I am holding a blog.
> > Cheers,
> > paccala