Agile Principles: Collaborate Everyday

Business people and developers must work together daily throughout the project. – Agile Principles

Email is not Enough

Working together involves more than exchanging e-mails about the software. It’s more than passive instant messenger conversations. It’s not reviewing a digital agile tool in isolation. Working together means collaborating, negotiating and exploring the software that is being built.

Too Busy for Success?

If you’re too busy to interact, fairly frequently, on a daily basis with the rest of the team, you’re too busy to enable product success. High performance teams don’t allow their schedules to be overrun by meetings. They don’t let anything get in the way of daily collaboration, negotiating and exploration.

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About Clayton Lengel-Zigich
Clayton Lengel-Zigich is an agile team leader, speaker and software developer in Scottsdale, Arizona.