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comment Introducing Agile development after traditional project inception
You might want to consider moving this to pm.stackexchange.com
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@CarlosJaimeC.DeLeon, yep, it comes from the business user. We find that it works well because most customers tend to have a fuzzy idea of what they want and this helps to flesh it out as well as providing a guide for the devs and testers. Also, when we as in the UAT they stated, they are more understanding when we ask for time if they want changes :P
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comment Why do I have to choose between “management” and “technical” tracks in my career?
@TygerKrash Valid point but the reverse is also true. People also tend to enjoy tasks that are easy to learn but hard to master, so their enjoyment might be "temporary" In a jack of all trades case, I'd be very wary about correlating interest to ability tbh.