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People often say that agile or scrum doesn’t require us to write anything down or that it doesn’t require artifacts and work products. But that is not true.
Agile asks you to write things down in a very different way than a traditional project might. Common artifacts are burn down charts and burn up charts. These are known as “Information Radiators” because they radiate data and information.
This episode of CMMI-TV is taken from Jeff Dalton’s keynote presentation at the CMMI Institute’s SEPG North America 2014 conference. For answers to your CMMI Questions, go to Jeff’s Blog at www.askthecmmiappraiser.com
Jeff is a Certified SCAMPI CMMI Lead Appraiser, CMMI Instructor, Scrum Master, Software Process Improvement Consultant, and author that is a recognized expert in using the Capability Maturity Model Integration and Agile methods to help improve the performance of software development organizations.
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