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We hear this now and again. It is a form of process fear and an instance of protectionist method envy. There are some great features in SCRUM, in DSDM, in Lean and in all the agile methods. In our view though, they all miss something significant. Regardless you will always experience some resistance and this can often take the form of protectionism of a particular agile method. The Big Agile Toolkit fits around all the agile methods and connects very seamlessly with the agile methods too. So it still works with SCRUM, DSDM, Lean and all the agile methods. Take a look at the Agile One-Upmanship section in Behaviour Standards.

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