Peer pressure

About yesterday’s post: I continued to discuss making successful sprints objectives for sprint teams, and someone gave me a good point against doing this. Not only would it mean putting the sprint team under a lot of pressure and it would probably make them commit to less user stories – that I thought about myself – but more importantly, it would also put a lot of pressure on the people who accept or reject a sprint: the product owner and other reviewers. This can quickly become very tricky when these people have conflicting interests or close relationships with people in the sprint teams.

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Tobias is a Software Quality person. He likes movies and games, as well as sailing and swimming.

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