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[XP] Re: Industrial XP

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  • Dave Astels
    ... Thanks Josh, this helps. Dave
    Message 1 of 130 , May 1 6:17 AM
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      --- In extremeprogramming@yahoogroups.com, Joshua Kerievsky
      <joshua@i...> wrote:

      > I'm extremely delighted with this new approach to the values. It
      > doesn't force values on a team -- it lets the team embrace the values
      > that matter most to them. It places plenty of emphasis on the values
      > before a project begins. It helps a team understand that the values
      > are more important than the practices.

      Thanks Josh,

      this helps.

    • haralds@dsv.su.se
      Seems like an agile way to improve things, and surely very effective. thanks Harald
      Message 130 of 130 , May 9 8:38 AM
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        Seems like an agile way to improve things, and surely very effective.


        > --- In extremeprogramming@yahoogroups.com, Harald Svensson
        > <haralds@d...> wrote:
        >> How much work is done by teams applying XP on process
        > improvement? The
        >> PSP-engineer, for example, reviews his data as mad man, maybe
        > realizing how
        >> he can improve. How is the siutation for the XP teams (in
        > general)?
        >> Best regards
        >> Harald
        > Hmmm. For my last team, I would say not much work, but plenty of
        > process improvement. We didn't exactly "mine" collected data for
        > issues. Instead, we worked "with our eyes open" and didn't ignore
        > issues. Whenever anyone had an idea for improvement, we discussed it.
        > And whenever there was a problem, we kicked around ideas for
        > improvement. We saw a tremendous improvement in productivity and
        > quality over the course of the project, but it never seemed like
        > a lot of work accomplishing that.
        > Kiel Hodges
        > SelfSo Software
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