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Don’t let velocity dictate your sprints


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Are you allowing your velocity to dictate your sprints?

Does filling the shopping trolley result in better eating? Is running all day long good exercise? Does driving fast get us anywhere earlier?

These are all examples of things that we might get away with once but then we often use that high-risk success as setting the bar for future success. Teams using Scrum will see this as their Velocity but is a high velocity and a full sprint a setup for success or failure? What is a better measurement for success in teams?



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