RE: [scrumdevelopment] Need some feedback on this
I see your points and agree. I was coming from the angle that inexperienced teams can’t necessarily always handle the pressure of del ivering something very quickly straight away but, if everyone is prepared to accept this, the more frequent feedback would be more beneficial to a learning team
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Sent: 10 June 2005 11:47
Subject: Re: [scrumdevelopment] Need some feedback on this
On 6/10/05, Hubert Smits <hubert.smits@...> wrote:
> Hi Geoffrey,
> I would turn the first two statements round:
> On 6/10/05, geoffrey.c.watts@... <geoffrey.c.watts@...> wrote:
> > Experience of the individuals (If high, iteration can be shorter)
> > Experience of the individuals as working as a team (If high, iteration can
> > be shorter)
> The less experience, the less ability to oversee longer periods, hence
> stick with short iterations for inexperienced teams so they get
> feedback fast and frequent.
I would tend to agree here. There is nothing worse than a team that is
being furstrated because they cannot see what they are working for,
nor do they get feedback from the Product Owner fast enough. Praise is
a powerful motivator and the earlier you get it, the better.
People that know that they are "good" can go much longer without
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