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Today I got this answer from the management when I said to update the technical documents by developers

Last post 02:22 pm September 13, 2018 by Ian Mitchell
1 reply
10:33 am September 13, 2018

"developers have already assigned task. I don't want to burden them with one more task, which you can do easily. Developers can made mistakes and documents will share with the client directly"

Can anyone suggest to me how they are right about this?

 


02:22 pm September 13, 2018

developers have already assigned task. I don't want to burden them with one more task, which you can do easily. 

Why do management think that tasks are assigned to developers in the first place, and why do they think they can burden people with any tasks at all?

Developers can made mistakes

Why aren't developers trusted to self-organize around the work, and to learn from any mistakes that might be made?

documents will share with the client directly

Why doesn't documentation form part of the relevant Product Increment, for which the team is accountable?


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