Scrum: A Developer’s Blessing and Curse?

by Jun 12, 2024

Scrum: A Developer’s Blessing and Curse?

Imagine a practice promising agility yet restricting creativity. That’s Scrum with its structured sprints that can limit innovation.

Sprint deadlines may hover over developers, forcing them into a high-pressure environment, often leaving no room for creative exploration.

What potential breakthroughs are we losing amidst sprint deadlines?

In the rush to complete, do we forsake the essence of development – experimentation?

How do you strike the balance?

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