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3. An Inception in Practice

Julia Naomi Rosenfield Boeira

(1)Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

I explained what an inception is in the previous chapter; in this chapter, you will see why it’s so important. Many times, before starting a project, team members don’t know each other or their environment. So, one of its functions is to increase the chemistry between team members.

There are several techniques called ice-breakers that help the team with this. After covering some ice-breakers, I will cover topics such as goal setting, strategies and game scope, mapping, and features prioritization. These techniques ...

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