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  • dan
    Mary, Its because the FT, being a UK publication, expects its readership to associate the word Scrum with Rugby. Regards Daniel
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 29, 2005
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      Mary,

      Its because the FT, being a UK publication, expects its readership to
      associate the word Scrum with Rugby.

      Regards

      Daniel

      Mary Poppendieck wrote:
      > It’s interesting that this article spends the first two paragraphs
      > re-defining the word ‘Scrum’:
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      > “None of these three companies is looking for staff with legs like tree
      > trunks, willing to crunch shoulder against shoulder in a melee of
      > collapsing limbs and mud.”
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      > Mary Poppendieck
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      > www.poppendieck.com
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      > 952-934-7998
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      > Author of: Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit
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      > Just as an observation, the IT Review supplement in today's Financial
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      > Times has a half-page article on Scrum on Page 2. It's good to see
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      > more coverage of the method in the mainstream, I thought that those
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      > of
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      > you in this group that are in the UK might want to know.
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      > Tim Marston
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      > Would this be it Tim:
      > http://news.ft.com/cms/s/297b22b2-fcfe-11d9-b224-00000e2511c8.html
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      > Matt Davey
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