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Friday, May 20, 2005

Lesson 1: Process Does not Make Project

My previous post permitted me to learn something just in determining how to begin. I was struggling how to describe my use of Scrum. Scrum isn't driving the project; the customer(s) and stakeholders drive the project. Scrum isn't "behind" the project either - meaning, it's not supporting it as if Scrum did not exist, the project could not exist or would not be feasible without Scrum.

This may very well be a simple, given principle, but I feel it's important to identify. I think by better understanding the application, "role" in the project, and use it allows for more discovery of the methodology and how it may/not impact the project.


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