Figu re 1 Figure 2 The Scrum construction life cycle The Scrum construction

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Figure 2. The Scrum construction life cycle. The Scrum construction life cycle of Figure 2 , although attractive proves to be clearly insufficient in practice. Where does the product backlog come from?, it's actually the result of initial requirements envisioning early in the project. You don't only implement requirements during an iteration, you also fix defects (disciplined agile teams, particularly working at scale, may have a parallel testing effort during construction iterations where these defects are found), go on training, support other teams (perhaps as reviewers of their work), and so on. So you really need to expand the product backlog into a full work items list. You also release your system into production , often a complex endeavour. Figure 3 depicts the agile/basic lifecycle described by the Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) framework. This lifecycle originated from earlier versions of Figure 2 . Because DAD isn't prescriptive it supports several lifecycles . The lifecycle of Figure 3 is DAD's Scrum-based, or "basic", agile delivery lifecycle but it also supports a lean/Kanban type
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of lifecycle and a continuous delivery lifecycle (shown in Figure 4 ) as well. The idea is that your team should adopt the lifecycle that makes the most sense for the situation that
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