The Value of Scrum
Imagine taking your brand new lowrider to a mechanic to have a hydraulic lift kit installed. You go back the next day to pick the car up and before you can say anything the mechanic jumps in, flips a few switches and your lowrider starts to hop. You are thrilled but as soon as you climb in and turn the key you realize that your lowrider no longer rides. If this happened to you, you would not be pleased with your mechanic.