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And that's my point, 2 choices to make agile methodologies work:
1. as you've done simplify the target / break it up
.... (even seen attempts to waterfall ahead of the project plan)
2. (like RyanDev - next reply) take 'parts of' the methodologies
.... so it's not really agile or scrum, it's a hodgepodge of what sounds good
3. most commonly combinations of 1 and 2
.... so true to the definition it's not agile, it's ad-hoc pm.

But in fairness, to 100% perform properly to many tasks become impossible, slippage is almost not allowed and even small failure definitely not handled properly without throwing out the entire plan for the workaround, lack of flexibility, just unreasonable to ever perform 100% purein the real world. (Achieving real word pure agile ranks alongside the traveling salesman / 4 colors puzzles.)
Sin tack ear lol
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