Re: [scrumdevelopment] agile times - sociology and people - call for articles - power in agile development projects
- Phlip wrote:
> Try this:I forgot to make something more clear here. I can't
> Asume there are two kinds of projects, Projects that
> Suck, and Agile Projects.
> Why do Projects that Suck invariably divide
> from Responsibility? Why, in those projects, does
> appointed lead have the authority to order others
> around, but not the responsibility to work late
> getting the orders done?
> Why, on Agile Projects that Don't Suck, do we have a
> Bill of Rights that appoints both authority and
> responsibility for the same things? Business has the
> authority to prioritize features, and the
> responsibility to sort them into an order that
> end-user productivity. Development has the
> responsibility to slam code and authority to declare
> how it gets done.
> Put this question another way: Why do all the Agile
> resources discuss Authority vs Resposibility? Is
> really the most important fulcrum?
write this article - the high number of ? marks in it
wouldn't look good!
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