Pardon my Scrum-But
An organization may know that they have to do something different in order to meet their goals consistently.
They have been told that Agile principles and Scrum can transform them into a highly efficient company, but transformation takes a lot of effort and commitment. And maybe, they have been told that unless they adopt the principles fully, they shouldn’t even begin.
I say, let’s start with a Scrum-But instead.
The Scrum-But is a transitional stage in an organization’s Agile transformation. It’s a way to describe how the organization is implementing Agile principles. For example: “We are doing Scrum, but we are still getting used to all the ceremonies.” or “We are doing Scrum, but our stakeholders and product owner are not participating fully yet.” [...]
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