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Limiting Work in Progress and Scrum

8 September 2011 No Comment

By limiting your Work In Progress you’re ensuring that you always add the most amount of business value to product iteration as possible. If you implement everything by sprint end, you have at least devoted the maximum amount of work to the most important work in that sprint. Limiting Work In Progress works in the same way that Scrum does. You see Scrum doesn’t really solve any problems for you and neither does limiting Work In Progress, it just exposes the problem for what it really is which makes it easier to solve.

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