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Extremely Short Iterations as a Catalyst for Effective Prioritization of Work

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Mishkin Berteig leads, mentors, trains and coaches teams and organizations, managers and executives. He helps organizations become more effective by using methods such as OpenAgile, Scrum and Lean. He has 15 years of professional experience and is a Certified Scrum Trainer. Mishkin is co-founder of Berteig Consulting Inc.

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Agile 2008 is an exciting international industry conference that presents the latest techniques, technologies, attitudes and first-hand experience, from both a management and development perspective, for successful Agile software development.

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Sep 24, 2008

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  • Shorter iterations are a good thing...

    by Kevin E. Schlabach /

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    I don't believe shortening iterations is a goal to pursue in the name of agility, but I do believe that shortening iterations forces you to solve problems that in turn makes you more agile.



    It's complete coincidence, but I wrote a post on my blog about shorter iterations hours before this article was published.

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