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As overheard by Dr. Bill Curtis at last week's Agile Conference. Coined by Jeff Sutherland, one of the co-inventors of SCRUM.

Scrumbut noun (pronounced: skruhm -buht) -- A term used to describe the real-life application of SCRUM development methods where one or more SCRUM practices have not been implemented.  Derived from the constant pairing of two words together (“SCRUM” and the preposition “but”).

For example:  “Sure, we are using SCRUM, but we're not doing daily stand-ups yet."

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