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 No matter the motives, this approach does not increase a stakeholder’s ability to trust the team the next time around. The stakeholder has it in the back of her mind "what's to stop this from happening again?" The best response is to be upfront about the miss and clear about what you have learned as a result. No matter the motives, this approach does not increase a stakeholder’s ability to trust the team the next time around. The stakeholder has it in the back of her mind "what's to stop this from happening again?" The best response is to be upfront about the miss and clear about what you have learned as a result.
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 +Note: This note was written on the basis of Sprint Commitments, but the reality is that the discussion could apply to any kind of commitment that we make. For example, in SAFe we talk about committing to PI Objectives and so the discussion can be applied to "how should we talk about PI Objective commitments we have not met."
  
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