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What developers see as iterative and flexible, users see as disorganized and never-ending. Here's how some experienced developers have changed that perception.
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It al boils down to communication, right?
Ok, so why doesn't it happen most of the times? Because it is done wrong. And has A LOT of assumptions being taken instead of facts that result from true interaction with your customers. They know what they want. Most of the times they just don't know how to explain it to you. That is my opinion.
So, either find a way of having a common language to work with or the abyss will keep standing right there wayting for you to fall.
On calendar versus effective effort time spent.
About how far are you willing to go and how much are you willing to invest to get something available out in the world.
Have you ever thought about it?
It is true. We see plenty of times that people look up to the scrum master as some sort of authority, they are reporting to this entity rather than their team mates.
As interesting as this phenomenon is, what can be done in order for them to bond to each other as they should?
Anyone sharing such experiences? This article is interesting, but I still lack this component. Examples of having it working properly :)