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  • n. Plural form of timebox.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of timebox.


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  • User stories, moscow, wireframes, component behaviours, and timeboxes, good project processes - all this has helped us ride some major business direction change as the projects get going.

    A call for agile museum projects (a lunchtime manifesto)

  • In addition to the above (well, we don't use SCRUM, we have weekly timeboxes/reviews) ...

    Bill Bither's Insights

  • I don't know how we would've justified the time without having fixed timeboxes and regular re-planning days; when we've tried to do this pre-Scrum, it's never seemed possible ... there's always been a good reason not to take today for R&D.

    Tom Hume

  • Running the business in fixed timeboxes and tracking velocity is what lets us do this;

    Tom Hume

  • Good idea, but be flexible beyond these arbitrary timeboxes.

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