Critics of #agile and #scrum assert that the #agileframework doesn’t plan as frequently or effectively as traditional #projectmanagement environments, but that simply isn’t true.
There is a great deal of planning involved in #scrum, from the initial #backlog construction through to #sprintplanning events and planning in the #dailyscrum.
In fact, you could argue that there is a great deal more planning in #scrum than there is in traditional #projectmanagement environments.
In this short video, John McFadyen walks us through one of the most important elements of #sprintplanning in a #scrumteam.
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