RUP based on self-organization?
- (This is buried at the end of my last message but I thought is
important enough to make it a new thread.)
Grady Booch wrote:
> Mike Beedle wrote:This is a historical event.
> > No, Scrum is not a "process framework". Scrum is a set of _practices_
> > or patterns that when applied generate a dynamic self-organizing
> > process.
> [egb> ] your terminology is a bit off center from most of the process
> community, but if I adapt to it, I can say exactly the same thing
> about the rup: the essence of the rup is a set of explicit
> principles (architecture first, develop iteratively, test
> continuously, etc) and implicit ones (attack risk actively)
> whose application generates a self-organizing process. All
> that other stuff you see in a rup installation is no
> different that what you see in an xp or a scrum book...just
> specific examples/instances of the implications of applying
> those principles.
I have never seen you or any of the RUP documentation say
that RUP generates a self-organizing process.
That's good news. Please spread the word and walk the talk,