Yeah, you can certainly add another framework to Scrum for this kind of stuff if you need to to suit your context. However, a small team that is activelyadamjaph
That's a good point. Sometimes that is also the responsibility of the team if it is maintaining a product that has grown very complex or in a startupadamjaph
Hi Risks and issues still exist and need to be 'managed' by someone - in my world it is the Scrum Master or Agile Project Manager. In fact that takes up moststeveatootac
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