|Plan Iteration at the beginning [message #579486]
||Fri, 29 June 2007 04:40
| Roman Smirak
Registered: July 2009
as far as I understood, OpenUP plans forthcoming iteration at the
beginning of the iteration (as well as Scrum?); RUP plans the next iteration
in the end of current iteration (as well as XP?).
Did I understand correctly that the beginning of an iteration is now
preferred time to plan the iteration? Why?
I understand Scrum case where you have fixed time frame 4 weeks for every
iteration however in case the iteration planning also sets an iteration
deadline it sounds quite strange to start an unclear iteration. Moreover it
is good practice to have also planning meetings time-boxed (we get this in
case of planning in the end of iteration inherently from the concept
iterations are time-boxed), on the other hand if you start an iteration with
the unclear deadline you can easily give in the "enough time syndrome":-)
Can you please clarify this?
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