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These exercises are best done as a conversation with someone in your organization. After each exercise, ask each other if there are any actions either of you can take to improve your situation.

Consider a few typical past projects.

  • Most successful Waterfall projects require de-scoping in order to reach target dates. If this was the case for any of your past projects, when did de-scoping occur?
  • What would have happened if de-scoping would have occurred before the development team started implementation?
  • How does release planning (with visible velocity) aid in the discovery of right-sized, high-value work?
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