Your article is a bit surprising. You question several fundamental practices of agility in the Scrum method. I still believe that it remains very relative to lived experiences. Project management is strongly linked to human management. In this context, there shouldn't be fixed rules that work for everyone and in all cases. In each method, it is always necessary to keep a margin to adapt the rules to the team. that is exactly what your article is about.

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Abdelkader Rhouati

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Data scientist & Ph.D. researcher on AI. My area of expertise is around Deep Learning, NLP, and XAI — https://abdelkader-rhouati.medium.com/membership

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