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Perhaps the most important question is: why do you want to? There are a lot of groups out there that they that "Agile Development Practices" will make a traditional project complete faster. While this isn't strictly wrong, it commonly fails - the main reason for this being that without a proper understanding of why different practices work, its hard to ...


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From the DSDM entry in wikipedia: In 2014, DSDM dropped the branding 'Atern' and reverted to its original name in the latest version of the method in the 'DSDM Agile Project Framework' positioned as "an ideal wrapper for more limited Agile frameworks.


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If you want to align with DSDM, then the Administrator would best fit the Business Ambassador role. In fact, the Administrator sounds perfect for the role, if personal capabilities of the Administrator also align with the responsibilities outlined in DSDM. Regardless of the project methodology applied, I believe it would be a mistake to not view the ...


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In theory Scrum is quite clear: Scrum is a framework and you cannot drop any part of it without compromising its integrity. On the other hand DSDM states that it can integrate a wide variety of tools and techniques. Conclusion So, while you cannot "use Scrum inside DSDM", you're still free to use Scrum terminolgies and techniques as long as the way you ...


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You need to first understand to what extent the story count is helpful and we do this with standard deviation. If we look at the average story size across a release and the standard deviation is low, you will find that the trends created between story size-based velocity or count based velocity are identical. If the standard deviation is high, they will ...


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If you have stories of different sizes, you will need to track velocity based on that sizing, whether it's story points or any other metric. There is nothing you can do to fix a totally broken metric of stories per sprint when they aren't the same size. Throw it away and start over. If you can, generate past velocities for the new metric based on your old ...


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I am very new to this and am currently studying DSDM Agile, I have researched on Scrum also. By definition unless you are following the 8 principles of DSDM or the principles of Scrum you are not doing either, it would be by name only and that would in turn inherit its own floors. However there is nothing to suggest that you couldn't use parts or Scrum, ...


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TL;DR The Business Visionary role comes closest. However, there is no 1:1 mapping between DSDM roles and a typical Product Owner role, especially as defined by the Scrum Guide. The DSDM Agile Project Framework contains a Roles and Responsibilities Handbook. In contrast to popular agile frameworks such as Scrum that assign product ownership to a single ...


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