Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: How do handle stories with lots of acceptance criteria?
Charles Bradley - Scrum Coach, CSM, PSM I
Oh, and Kurt, one other thing. Don t let anyone tell you that you can t be Sarbanes-0xley compliant if you do note cards. I m no lawyer, but that s not true,
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, Nov 9, 2010
Oh, and Kurt, one other thing.
Don't let anyone tell you that you can't be Sarbanes-0xley compliant if you do note cards. I'm no lawyer, but that's not true, based on my experience.
From: Kurt Haeusler <kurt.haeusler@...> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Tue, November 9, 2010 2:44:22 PM Subject: [scrumdevelopment] Re: How do handle stories with lots of acceptance criteria?
--- In email@example.com, "Charles Bradley - Scrum Coach, CSM, PSM I" <chuck-lists2@...> wrote:
> 1. Does the team(as you've defined it so far) think they are doing Scrum?
> 2. Do they(the team) want to do Scrum?
Passively yes I suppose. They seem pleased with it, and don't want to change from it to anything else. A few people even chose the company because we do scrum.
> 3. Does your org support the use of Scrum?
Well it was introduced by the CEO, the project management aren't really too concerned with it because it doesn't involve them, but they do like to show off the scrum boards to visitors.
> 4. Are you in a position to be a change agent?
No not really. I am only starting to realize that now.
> 5. What is your role on the team and in the org?
> If you're willing to answer those questions, I'll promise to give some detailed
Looking forward to it.
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