Dwight D. Eisenhower, the World War II leader and U.S. President, wrote: "'.' plans are of no particular value, but '.' planning is indispensable"
"It's a powerful phrase that aligns all so well with Scrum. Contrary to a myth that there is no planning in Scrum, planning is actually everything: we plan our work not only in Sprint Planning but also every day at Daily Scrum.
However, it is the plans that we make that are less important: we use them to guide our decisions initially, but we do not stick to them if it doesn't make sense. Daily Scrum is there to make sure we replan at least once every 24 hours.
So to continue this analogy, I'd like to talk about a common myth that gets brilliant teams stuck in their Sprint Planning feeling overwhelmed..."