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Best Practices

The most effective and/or most ethical actions a professional, company or industry can take. For example, a company may be engaging in best practices when it makes an extra effort to establish an ongoing relationship with customers to encourage repeat business. Many professional organizations exist to promote best practices in their respective industries.
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A literature survey was conducted to identify that Scrum and CMMI were compatible at level 2.
The next section of this paper includes a literature review about the Agile games, active learning, and iterative development and is followed by a description of the activity, folding origami, as an active learning activity to understand Scrum project management.
But French referee Mathieu Raynal ruled any remaining scrums would be uncontested on safety grounds, which removed Georgia's major weapon at a stroke as Wales hung on.
"The 'Scrum of Scrums' allows clusters of teams to discuss their work, focusing especially on areas of overlap and integration," Norris explained.
"As part of our mission to transform the world of work, we host several events around the world each year to bring Agile and Scrum communities together," said Scrum Alliance CEO Manny Gonzalez.
He said: "Garces refereed us in the Autumn, and I always think he has refereed the scrum well.
Munster talisman O'Connell is full of praise for Ireland's scrum but remains wary of England's set-piece prowess, even accounting for their high-profile absentees.