Fw: Re: RE: [scrumdevelopment] Re: The Need For an Intern Program
- I too am a strong believer in being able to learn from anyone and I practice that concept daily. I was merely trying to point out a potential "stigma" associated with alternative approach being presented.
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Date: Fri 9/24/04 11:06
Subject: RE: [scrumdevelopment] Re: The Need For an Intern Program
GaryDavid Jordan wrote:
> Why would it be so difficult to accept the idea that asI believe you, and I would suspect most people on this list also believe
> humans we can learn from those younger than us? To see a group of
> students using scrum in their approach to developing software would
> be an inspiration for those professionals that are interested in the
> philosophy of scrum. There would definitely be a lack of egos and
> intimidation and I assure you the students would offer a more
> welcoming approach to an incredible process such as scrum. The
> bottom line is all learn from each other ever day, students can
> teach too!
But, think of who the target audience is: well-entrenched IT professionals
who are used to "the status quo," where new graduates learn about "how it
works" from the seasoned professionals.
It's not us, the people on this list, that you have to convince - it's the
old-school, entrenched people, who are not as likely going to listen to
Senior Software Designer
Leitch Technology International Inc. (http://www.leitch.com)
Columnist, C/C++ Users Journal (http://www.cuj.com/experts)
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