The guilt of scrum. [draft]

There is no guilt in scrum. There isn’t supposed to be.

a few times, i couldn’t complete my tasks during the scrum. since we work with devices with lots of hardware and software dependencies, also lack of knowledge on the overall system. it happens.

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I have just found this article which points out the distinction between “commit” and “guarantee”. It’s written by Ken Schwaber, one of the two people formulating Scrum.

https://kenschwaber.wordpress.com/2011/05/03/empiricism-the-act-of-making-decisions-based-on-what-is/

My understanding is that as long as we intend and try to complete what we plan in a sprint, we are fine and we do the right thing. “Intend and try” covers what commit is and we don’t guarantee or promise to complete them. If we consider committing as promising or guaranteeing, then we will either sacrifice …

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