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Original Post: Does Scrum Eliminate Project Risk?
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A prevailing belief among Agile and Scrum proponents is that “a great deal of explicit risk management becomes unnecessary when a software development project uses an agile approach.” In my experience, this is a false and dangerous assumption. Project risk is a hungry leopard ready to devour the unprepared. Fleet-footed agilists and die-hard waterfallists alike.
Author: Richard Payne, Connect2Learn, Inc., www.connect2Learn.com
While it may be true that one software development method has advantages over another in a particular situation, it doesn’t follow that we can generalize that any method automatically mitigates risk ...