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Reviving Scrum

Last post 09:49 pm February 7, 2024 by Ian Mitchell
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08:07 pm February 7, 2024

Hi Scrum community, 

It is been a while since that last time I checked our forum. 

Old posts are still trending till today! Which is nice, but is everything alright! 

Is this a sign for our community to inspect and adopt something new? 
We are still seeing people asking about the basics like estimation, story points, and almost not touching the complexity of adopting Scrum and Agile.

I would like to get your feedback and suggestions about top 5 you think that Scrum community should adopt. 

Looking to forward to hear from you! 

09:49 pm February 7, 2024

Scrum is intended for complex challenges although the framework itself is very simple, being based on empirical process control. It is this simplicity which organizations will repeatedly try to avoid, since their culture is one of sophistry. The starting point for many will be to assume and reflect such organizational norms.

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