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  • ...product backlog, then of course that's your immediate next step in case you want to call what you're doing "Scrum". Br, Petri -- - Petri Heiramo -- Agile Coach, CST -- CollabNet, Inc. & Agilecraft Ltd - GSM: 040-7092 526 -- Email: petri.heiramo@^$1 - - Sudenkatu 10 as 41...
    Petri Heiramo Sep 24, 2012
  • ...your progress in the project. You can then put those chunks in the product backlog, and proceed with Scrum easily. - Petri -- - Petri Heiramo -- Agile Coach, CST -- Agilecraft Oy - GSM: 040-7092 526 -- Email: petri.heiramo@^$1 - - Sudenkatu 10 as 41, 48600 Kotka, Finland...
    petriheiramo Oct 31, 2010
  • ...they are not of equal risk. Therefore there is no reason whatsoever not to use Agile in the project. Yours Sincerely, Petri -- - Petri Heiramo -- Agile Coach, CST -- Agilecraft Oy - GSM: 040-7092 526 -- Email: petri.heiramo@^$1 - - Sudenkatu 10 as 41, 48600 Kotka, Finland...
    petriheiramo Oct 27, 2010
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  • ...find ways in which to do that faster. But it depends much on stakeholders, so it's not just the team. Yours Sincerely, Petri -- - Petri Heiramo -- Agile Coach, CST -- Agilecraft Oy - GSM: 040-7092 526 -- Email: petri.heiramo@^$1 - - Sudenkatu 10 as 41, 48600 Kotka, Finland...
    petriheiramo Sep 19, 2010
  • Hi again, Ron, > > Why does everyone seem to claim that I propose changing nothing? > > That I would allow "analyzing everything to death" before starting first sprint? > > > You think that of me? I don't think I ever said anything like that. > > If "everyone" fails to understand you, perhaps it's a good time to > improve the expression of your ideas? Well, we know this medium isn...
    petriheiramo Aug 20, 2010
  • Hi Ron, > > There is a middle ground: people who want to do Agile, but don't > > yet have experience and all needed skills. I'm not proposing not > > doing Agile with them, but just doing Agile with a little more > > time for forethought. You are bending my words to indicate something different. > > Why do you imagine that more forethought would help someone who > doesn't have...
    petriheiramo Aug 20, 2010
  • Hi Ilja, > > But when teams with no-one with the experience start Agile, it is very easy for them to start off wrong and get going without first spending some time for learning (and not just doing architecture...). > > In my experience, it's equally easy for a team to continue in their > old way of first analyzing everything to death before feeling ready to > start to implement...
    petriheiramo Aug 19, 2010
  • Hi George, > On 8/19/10 4:43 PM, petriheiramo wrote: > > Also, if there is a full-time coach, with prior experience of doing > > Agile, we have an entirely different case to what I'm talking about. > > In that situation, I would trust the coach to guide the process > > hands-on. But when teams with no-one with the experience start Agile, > > it is very easy for them to start off...
    petriheiramo Aug 19, 2010
  • Hi Dave, > Not to put too fine a point on it, but what you said was, "Yes, indeed, who have the sufficient skill and understanding to cut through > unnecessary details, look at the very core of things, identify the first things to try sensibly and have the skills to evolve the architecture as they develop the system." > > There's nothing specifically Agile in any of that. That's...
    petriheiramo Aug 19, 2010
  • Hi George, > > But I'd rephrase my key point, there is too much "get going" attitude > > in Agile that inexperienced teams stumble on it, and fail, without > > understanding why. This is an obstacle to Agile adoption. > > If you mean "get going without learning anything," then I'd agree. > There are too many "Agile" adoptions because some manager thinks it'll > make people work...
    petriheiramo Aug 19, 2010