Scrum is the problem (part 1)

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We all know that Scrum is practiced fairly poorly in most cases. There are tons of articles on this categorizing it as “Dark Scrum”, “Zombie Scrum”, “No Scrum”, Scrum-but, etc. etc. and the list goes on.

But here is a hypothesis “Scrum, the way it is written, is the problem for why Scrum is practiced this poorly” – we will look into the reasons.

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Seinfeld and creative choices

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I read a lot of little blogs every day and Dan’sDaily blog is one of them. Couple of weeks ago, Dan had written about Seinfeld and creative choices, an extract of which is below:

When Seinfeld’s pilot episode aired in 1989, a research report said, “No viewer was eager to watch the show again.”

Audiences found the lead character to be wimpy, and they complained nothing happened in the show.

Did the writers, Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, change anything, though?

Not a chance.

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