Re: How does one know when there's too much "but" in Scrum, but?
- I agree more with George, "who doesn't care what you call it; it's all about helping people and organizations develop software more effectively," than with Mark, who seems to be focusing on compliance with the formal definition of Scrum. So, I would say however much "but" makes sense in your situation is the right amount of "but."
--- In email@example.com, "Tim Eiler" <teiler@...> wrote:
> If Scrum is the art of the possible and should be flexed to fit specific
> needs/situations, how does one know when it is being flexed too far?
> Are there specific recommendations anyone can make for what to watch
> for, in general?
> Tim Eiler