Misconceptions about Scrum. Why don’t you read and understand the Scrum guide?
At an Agile event I attended recently the speaker surveyed the audience about the 9 elements that form Scrum. My suspicion was immediately raised with mentioning of “9”. It only got worse when the speaker came up with:
It got me wondering how many misconceptions of Scrum can be expressed in no more than two minutes:
I was hoping that by now (2016), and certainly given the availability of the Scrum Guide (since 2010), the basic understanding of Scrum was better.
What worries me the most however is not the formality of the wrong and missing elements, but how this reflects an ineffective use of the Scrum framework, a limitation to how Scrum supports teams in creating great software products:
- Accountability over the self-organized creation of Increments belongs to the Development Team as a whole. Synergy is key, not individualism.
- Transparency is optimized when Product Backlog holds all types of work and requirements for…
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