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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of timebox.
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It is for problem solving: The meeting is not timeboxed to 15 minutes.
Can work alongside scrum in terms of requirements mangement; but replaces the predictive, timeboxed, pushed-work sprint system with a series of small work queues from which all team members "pull" tasks whenever they're ready for new work.
Iterative development is more than just timeboxed development, it is a full process cycle - in Scrum, you have Planning at the start and Review and Retrospective at the end.
So, looking back over this analysis, how could I make the goal more certainly realistic and timeboxed?
(albeit timeboxed to 1 hr in total - now there's a tight delivery schedule!).