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Don’t Confuse More Developers With More Output

More people in the team can lead to more confusion instead of more results.

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“We need more output! Let’s add more people to the team!”

Whenever I hear this sentence, I get goosebumps because false expectations are quickly created. Managers still think that by adding more…

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David Pereira

David Pereira

Untrapping Product Teams. https://d-pereira.com Co-Author of the Agile Product Manifesto https://agileproductmanifesto.com

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