We treat people as adults

The talk of Alistair and Ken, that I mentioned Yesterday, was pointing out another very important aspect.

We treat people as adults.

We believe they are intelligent, smart, adult people who are responsible for their life. We do not believe that we do need to tell them what they have to do, in which way they do have to behave and in what way they have to react.

These people can manage their life, they are able to decide what they want to do, they do amazing things in their free-time, so why not counting on this, when they are at work?

I have seen a lot of people who are not able to understand this. Neither the manager not the people in the teams. Well … Scrum is not for everybody!


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