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These are the basic propositions or assumptions that the rest of the document is based on.
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- Value-based Prioritization - Focus on delivering value to the stakeholders
- Self-Organization - Self Organizing teams have the autonomy to determine how to achieve their goals
- Market Focus - Update the work based on market and user feedback on timelines shorter than one month
- Empirical Process Control - Team and stakeholders should be transparent about the work, inspect the progress regularly, and adapt the plan as necessary to achieve the desired outcomes
- Emergant Work - The work needed will emerge as we do the work and help others do it
- Emergant Practices - Processes, practices and tools necessary will emerge as we do the work and help others do it
- Continuous Delivery - Continuous delivery of valuable product to at least some subset of real users every iteration (including the first) and gathering feedback
- Common Goals - All participants and stakeholders should understand the overall strategic goals and be able to see how the work contributes to it
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