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Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

P.S. on the subject of experts: I personally get put off when the “experts” suggest that I can do my job without understanding theirs. I am a software
Adam Sroka
Feb 7
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160029

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 3:01 PM, David Allsopp dallsoppuk@... ... Yeah, I was imagining something like that. I have worked with companies who do similar
Adam Sroka
Feb 7
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160028

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

Indeed. With a few notable exceptions, most of our customers actively avoid strategic relationships with their suppliers! From: "Adam Sroka
David Allsopp
Feb 7
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160027

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

Adam, The revenue is a little more complicated than that, but I entirely agree that different domains and business models are a huge factor. Over the last
David Allsopp
Feb 7
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160026

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 2:36 PM, Steven Gordon sgordonphd@... ... Absolutely. FWIW, I do not aspire to be on a stable team. I prefer more of a laboratory
Adam Sroka
Feb 7
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160025

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

Sometimes a new team (or a few new team members) will have new insights, being less married to the original product conception, which may have been left in
Steven Gordon
Feb 7
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160024

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

P.S. there is more than one way to do it. You could think of software products as strategic relationships as opposed to construction-like projects. However,
Adam Sroka
Feb 7
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160023

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

Companies that outsource their software development activities generally don’t have much insight into the value of those activities or the learning they
Adam Sroka
Feb 7
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160022

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

Ron, We could certainly have done that (if the team had all been kept together!) - but that would not be a "dedicated" team, since clearly they'd be working on
David Allsopp
Feb 7
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Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 3:07 AM, David Allsopp dallsoppuk@... ... This is an artifact of the business model. Your key revenue likely comes from billing
Adam Sroka
Feb 7
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160020

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

Hi Jay, You gave good clear definitions. Thanks! I agree with you. I've coached Agile teams where I was able to get managers to understand this and then they
Nancy Van Schooenderwoert
Feb 7
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160019

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

Ron - Interesting you should ask as this question as it's often a topic of debate where I work. Eb On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 2:31 PM Ron Jeffries
Eb
Feb 7
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160018

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

David, Why might you not just pass the work to the original team since it isn’t very burdensome? R ... Ron Jeffries ronjeffries.com
Ron Jeffries
Feb 7
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160017

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

David - Is it possible that the team is dedicated and stable up until the point where the product is no longer "being developed"? At that point, the team
Eb
Feb 7
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160016

Re: Agile development without dedicated teams?

I'm always puzzled as to how a team can be both stable and dedicated, in the kind of work I'm doing: My experience (in custom contract software, not
David Allsopp
Feb 7
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