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January 01, 2011


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tom gilb

Thanks for this excellent case study of the Qatar bid. A useful example for me to cite.

Bryan Murphy

I agree Qatar did met expectations well. However the process of determining where the cup is held is widely acknowledged as flawed and subject to the potential to be the best cup money can buy.

modeling women

Well, they have assumed it would happen. There it is.

Coach Outlet

My take is that the problem is not so much that Agile and Scrum don't t scale. We now have many examples of large-scale implementations of Agile.

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