Wednesday 10th April, 2013
10:20am to 11:10am
Why do customers have to pay for stuff that in the end is not so important anymore? How come many teams have a hard time taking up new habits? Two questions, one answer: because feedback is taking too long. Or to put it differently, software development is lacking pull. The focus still is on push. Adding to a backlog is more important than pulling releases out of the production process and getting them scrutinized by the customer.
But what's true pull in software development?
Pull is naturally created once the value system shifts to acceptance over specification, progress over completion, and reactivity over commitment.
Let's forget about two week sprints. Instead let's deliver user relevant stuff every single day - and go home on time and satisfied. That's what Spinning is about.
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