Lesson 4: Slowing down project delivery

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1. Play Mario:

Simple, Let the customers run after you. Just like Mario has to cross different levels and fight gatekeepers at each step. Make sure your process gatekeepers checks the deliverable closely and thoroughly and make every effort to knock out the delivery. After all, We have all the time on our hand….

2. Keep it Manual :

Automation creates redundancy. So never allow test cases, delivery process or build to be automated. Manual steps always work best and ensure time is well spent by team members in doing silly tasks

3. Keep the customers away :

Customers are a precious resource. They should be kept away from prying eyes of developers to shield them from looking at their product early. This will ensure they have to pay you for enhancements and defects closure after the release. Its business after all, you see…

4. Make it complex:

It has to be complex to sell..Simple solutions make us look bad and will not earn money. So make the designs and solutions so complex that only you and your team can solve. Simple business. Customer will be hooked on to your for life

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One Response to Lesson 4: Slowing down project delivery

  1. Sharad says:

    Dear Agile Devil,
    Please continue imparting your devil lessons as we have much more to learn.

    Yours sincerely,
    Agile Devil’s Disciple

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