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Mark Levison

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Mark Levison an agile software developer who writes Notes from a tool user.
Blind Estimation for Planning Poker Posted: Jan 6, 2013 9:42 PM
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When helping people learn Planning Poker I always ask what will happen if one person plays/says their estimate before anyone else. Many people usually spot the problem and they call it influence and they’re right. Sometimes a wise person says “but I won’t be influenced”. The science of “anchoring” is well known but until recently I [...]

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