Not that long ago, I suffered from the same affliction that many developers share. I felt that if I wasn’t actually writing code, actually typing into IDE, I wasn’t doing real work. The only things that mattered were writing code or debugging it. I was wrong. In general, as developers,<span. . .
Personalities, and how they interact with one another, become even more important in self-organized, Agile teams. A single person can have a significant impact on the performance of the entire team. Recognizing the four main types of personalities and understanding how they interact can help address issues before they become<span. . .
A complaint I recently heard from some Agile teams I’ve been working with was that they didn’t know what was going on with the other teams. They were all focused on their sprint work and they didn’t know what other teams were doing or how they were doing it. <span. . .