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Time vs Scope vs Quality

Stan James
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I don't want to get thrown out of the Ranch for starting a political flame war so be careful how you answer ...

Does the current debate about withdrawing from a certain difficult situation by a fixed date or staying until some set of conditions is met in a constantly changing environment sound familiar? Would some Scrum training help?
[ July 18, 2007: Message edited by: Stan James ]

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Stan, I have no idea what you're talking about? How about throwing me a pointer or two, please?


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Stan James
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News about congress being up all night was on while I wrote that. Forget scope & time, some of the Gold Owners just don't want to fund any more iterations.
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Ah. That opens it up.
 
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