Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Critical Chain estimating
I believe Mike Beedle has also said here that it was an influence.
On 7/4/05 3:40 PM, "aacockburn" <acockburn@...> wrote:
> I'm not sure the logic of your sentence works as intended. I reference
> Humphrey's PSP in my writing, but PSP is about as antithecal to Crystal
> as you can get.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Cohn <mike@m...> wrote:
>> I don't think it's antithetical to Scrum. Goldratt's "The Goal" is
>> listed in the bibliography to the Schwaber/Beedle book. I suspect
> it's there
>> for a reason.
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- On Wednesday, July 6, 2005, at 5:03:19 PM, Simon Baker wrote:
> The situation you describe is indeed similar. I was both the coachYes. I think I should have gone above them all, to the CIO. That
> and acting scrummaster. My difficulty was, i couldn't escalate to
> management because, sadly, they really didn't want to know. They had
> bigger issues deciding on strategies and company direction. It was a
> huge time of flux. As i intimated, in the situation a decision had
> to be made given the bigger picture, and unfortunately i was the
> only one inline to make it. Ultimately, scrum did fail in this
> environment because of the politics.
would have brought the situation to a head, one way or another.
> As an independent coach, the biggest challenges i encounter usuallyThat's interesting ... how about a new thread on that?
> relate to product owners.
It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare,
it is because we do not dare that they are difficult. --Seneca