Re: [agile-usability] Re: One Of My Biggest Agile Problem.
Excellent! Now I know my target market :-)
As an aside to all of this, we continued the rewards / punishments conversation into the Agile Roundtable discussion group here in Salt Lake City on Thursday and had some fascinating discussions. There were others here who were present, so I'll let them share their thoughts. My takeaway was that there was no convincing arguments that dispelled the reward / punishment mechanisms as a means of successfully altering behavior.
Technology Operations Director, Amirsys Inc.
Voodoo Usability Shaman, Agile Sadist
Jon Kern wrote:
Agile Masochist: someone who conducts hourly scrums with themselves jon blog: TechnicalDebt.com <http://technicaldebt.com> View Jon Kern's profile <http://www.linkedin.com/in/jonkern> Jonathan House said the following on 8/30/08 10:01 PM:
*sigh* So much for avoiding the "Agile Sadist" moniker. I wonder how I can parley this into a book deal... Cheers, Jonathan House Technology Operations Director, Amirsys Inc.
- aacockburn wrote:
> I also have enjoyed this rampaging discussion immensely, even ifThat's a good point. The biggest complaint I hear about this list is
> it has precious little to do with agile-usability. It has opened
> some interesting doors for long-term inquiry in my mind. (Thanks
> Jonathan for that).
> Maybe now we can let this group get on with its regularly scheduled
> program :)
that the volume makes it too hard to keep up. Might I suggest that any
future discussion on this topic go to a more appropriate list? E.g.,