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Projects that use Scrum while only monitoring velocity and amount of work delivered could be in a poverty trap without realising it, and risk falling further into a debt spiral.
To prevent this happening a balance sheet of value against technical debt must be used to assess the liquidity of the project and restructure or refinance its technical debt when required.
While I agree with him on some of the issues, having recently been involved in a four-hour meeting with 11 people, a 44-hour meeting by his calculations. I still think there is validity and there are benefits of the daily stand-up in Scrum.
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Software Poverty Trap