- Hello, Jonathan. On Friday, September 5, 2008, at 4:36:54 PM, you ... Oh, yes, it is well-established. Punishment will alter behavior -- while the punisher isMessage 1 of 46 , Sep 5, 2008View SourceHello, Jonathan. On Friday, September 5, 2008, at 4:36:54 PM, you
> As an aside to all of this, we continued the rewards / punishmentsOh, yes, it is well-established. Punishment will alter behavior --
> 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.
while the punisher is looking.
Haven't you ever had a cat?
Example isn't another way to teach, it is the only way to teach.
- ... That s a good point. The biggest complaint I hear about this list is that the volume makes it too hard to keep up. Might I suggest that any futureMessage 46 of 46 , Sep 6, 2008View Sourceaacockburn 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.,