Everything I've read about the Theory of Constraints, Lean Software Development, Agile Methods, and anything written by Tom DeMarco tells me that matrixing people is the opposite of what you should do.
Originally posted by Jesus Angeles:
Mike, which roles (developer, project manager, etc.) in the j2ee-based system workplace can benefit from your book? And also which role would benefit most?
Originally posted by Stan James:
My freshman year in college band I played baritone sax and sat next to the bassoon player. On one serious orchestral piece, he elbowed me and said "Let's see how fast we can make this go" by subtly rushing the downbeats.
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