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Re: Dissemination of knowledge in the team, avoiding the experts

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  • pauloldfield1
    (responding to Lou) ... Try: http://www.agilemodeling.com/essays/generalizingSpecialists.htm particularly 5. Fewer Bottlenecks I have quite a bit more info
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 29 3:57 AM
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      (responding to Lou)

      > I always heard that in an agile team one of the principle is the
      > dissemination of knowledge in the team and thus the avoiding of experts.
      > But I can't find serious source that explains it.
      > It is right or not ?
      > Do you have sources on this ?

      Try: http://www.agilemodeling.com/essays/generalizingSpecialists.htm
      particularly "5. Fewer Bottlenecks"

      I have quite a bit more info but not online.

      Paul Oldfield
      Capgemini
    • lou schwartz
      Thank you. It is a very interesting source. It illustrates well what I had understood. Lou Schwartz 2012/2/29 pauloldfield1
      Message 2 of 5 , Mar 6, 2012
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        Thank you.
        It is a very interesting source. It illustrates well what I had understood.

        Lou Schwartz

        2012/2/29 pauloldfield1 <Paul.Oldfield@...>
         

        (responding to Lou)



        > I always heard that in an agile team one of the principle is the
        > dissemination of knowledge in the team and thus the avoiding of experts.
        > But I can't find serious source that explains it.
        > It is right or not ?
        > Do you have sources on this ?

        Try: http://www.agilemodeling.com/essays/generalizingSpecialists.htm
        particularly "5. Fewer Bottlenecks"

        I have quite a bit more info but not online.

        Paul Oldfield
        Capgemini


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