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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