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Although the scrum analogy was first applied to manufacturing in a paper by Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka, the approach is often used in agile software development and other types of project management. In rugby, opposing teams huddle together during a scrum to restart the game. In product development, team members huddle together each morning for a stand-up meeting  where they review progress and essentially restart the project.  During the daily meetings, which are sometimes called "scrums," the scrum master asks the team members these three questions: 

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