Trouble Looms if you Wait to Define Future Out-of-Scope Items

In agile projects, where “just in time” is the key to waste reduction, why would I analyze what is and is not future scope? Two reasons are that it prevents 1) developers from adding unnecessary hooks and 2) differing assumptions about the size of the project. I will explain these reasons and suggest analysis steps in future posts.

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