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4 ways Scrum Teams can act like curious archaeologists

Finding product value can be an adventure.

Who hasn’t fantasized about being an archaeologist? Since a young age, I have dreamt of going on an adventure in a far-away land, finding a dig site, and unearthing history. The lure and mystery of the unknown are intoxicating.

4 ways Scrum Teams can act like curious archaeologists
Tyrannosaurus — Photo by Brett Meliti on Unsplash

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Todd Lankford

Todd Lankford

I help organizations simplify their Agile journey by building cultures to emerge better products. https://www.linkedin.com/in/todd-lankford-agile-coach/

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