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New Post 10/11/2020 9:02 PM
User is offline sureshbrady
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Re: Agile iteration size pros and cons 

Hi there,

it is very agile-like to conduct experiments. Why not experiment with a 2 week then a 4 week sprint. As work can often fill the time box you give it, perhaps 2 weeks may be better than 4 in general. If the nature of the work is that stories can be finished in 2 weeks then this would be better as the feedback loop with the stakeholders is quicker. 

 
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