You Can't Always Get What You Want
In software development, we’re trying to meet the given “requirements.” I prefer to call these “desirements,” because they what we want, not necessarily what’s required. And who wants them? We do better when we pay attention to the needs of everyone involved, both those using the system, those paying for it, and those building it. We may not get everything we want, but we can get what we need.
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How to get what you need
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Are you struggling with delivering a potentially releasable working product every iteration? Ever wonder what one of biggest reasons we have difficulty getting things done at the individual, team and organizational level are? Do you keep doing something even though you know it reduces your productivity and lowers quality? We are going to run an exercise that highlights one of the major culprits that you have all experienced and probably continue to experience. The exercise will likely ignite a little (or big) fire in your belly that will help you become more productive and improve the quality of your work. From this, we will discuss ways to improve this at the individual, team and organization levels.