|Mat Schaffer on 6 Dec 2007 16:54:33 -0000|
On Dec 6, 2007, at 11:35 AM, David Bogus wrote:
Because a stack of papers and cards pinned to a wall don't allow easy access to job and task status for all parties when they're not in the same room.Who are the people/roles not in the same room? The amount and kind of information needed about the project changes based on what your doing with it. If all you need to share with a non collocated person is overall status, whats the opportunity cost of sharing more detail then they need?
I think a common pain is when the members of the software development team are not in the same room.
In this case it'd be more than an "overall status" that's necessary, but rather specific information about task assignments and events that effect the project as a whole (from 'server failure' to 'client skipped town' and everything in between).
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