RE: [scrumdevelopment] Scrum discussion at XP list
- I just posted some information on my experiences with this:
Scrum and Extreme Programming have been used in combination at a
number of customers over the last year. Kane Mar from ThoughtWorks
and I have published some recent articles (see
www.controlchaos.com/XPKane.htm) and I gave a presentation regarding
the management of this combination at the recent Software Development
West conference in San Jose (see www.controlchaos.com/APMG.htm).
In general, the business project manager (user) with the IT project
manager sets up a vision, requirements, initial functionality,
initial release plan, and ROI with the funding source (corporation's
capital committee, etc.). They then start the project, delivering
working functionality every Sprint (iteration). They report back to
the steering committee or capital committee periodically on 1.)
changes in the backlog/stories and release plan, 2.) changes in ROI
as functionality is implemented, and 3.) general status of project.
All the rest of the upward management stuff is gone. Downward, these
two managers are only responsible for making the team as productive
as possible and selecting with the team the most important next
business functionality to build every Sprint (iteration).
From: Jonas Bengtsson [mailto:jonas.b@...]
Sent: Monday, May 13, 2002 2:28 PM
Subject: [scrumdevelopment] Scrum discussion at XP list
The relation between Scrum and XP is being/about_to_be discussed at the XP
list. It would be really interesting to see some feedback from this group
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