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RE: [XP] Why is "Politics" never a part of a methodogy? (a rant)

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  • kari.hoijarvi@vaisala.com
    In his spiral model talk Boehm explicitly mentions politics. http://www.sei.cmu.edu/cbs/spiral2000/Boehm/ The slide
    Message 1 of 38 , Mar 28 11:55 PM
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      In his spiral model talk Boehm explicitly mentions politics.
      http://www.sei.cmu.edu/cbs/spiral2000/Boehm/

      The slide http://www.sei.cmu.edu/cbs/spiral2000/Boehm/sld028.htm explicitly
      mentions stakeholder exclusion as a high risk.

      What else is planning game if not politics?

      Kari
    • Glenn Vanderburg
      ... Yes. -- Glenn Vanderburg Delphi Consultants, LLC glv@delphis.com
      Message 38 of 38 , Apr 2, 2001
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        Tom Mostyn writes:
        >
        > Hey Glenn (Vanderburg), is Joe's explanation below what you meant by
        > "play to win, not to lose" in your previous post on OTUG?

        Yes.

        --
        Glenn Vanderburg
        Delphi Consultants, LLC
        glv@...
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