35481RE: [scrumdevelopment] Scrum adoption in union environments.
- Dec 24, 2008
I’m working in a State agency, and, yes, they are unionized. The contract defines roles and relates that directly to pay and other compensation (such as how and whether comp time is accrued). So, if an IS5 is doing something such as database design, the contract would indicate that, for the period of time that worker is doing higher-than-IS5 tasks, the worker should be given a work-out-of-class differential.
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Subject: Re: [scrumdevelopment] Scrum adoption in union environments.
Hello, Jean. On Wednesday, December 24, 2008, at 11:35:51 AM, you
> This is the first time I've heard this perspective. How does it promoteon)
> what any union wants to protect? The perspective I've got so far is that
> Scrum is a threat to the role protection (grades, classes, steps and so
> that unions organize around. I'm eager to hear more about what you sayAre your developers unionized? In any case Scrum doesn't say what
real company titles should be. It does say how people should work
together and what "roles" they play in that work.
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