in reply to Re^5: "Bah! Scrumbug!" (Lessons from the scrap-bin)
in thread "Bah! Scrumbug!" (Lessons from the scrap-bin)

Except you are not considering the baby a "walk consultant" and you are not paying the baby to deliver a "walk method".

Again, the problem is not in the bugs, is not on the risks, but on the neglected requirement analisys of what the first release should be. I've seen too many so-called agile teams work the first release in "sprints" and have each of those sprints point to different directions because the initial requirement analisys for the first release was neglected, since it wouldn't fit the "two months"/"two weeks"/"whatever"

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