Nobody plays the role of the taskmaster

  • Assign projects, not tasks. There is no need for someone to play the role of a “taskmaster” who splits the project up into pieces for other people to execute.
  • Splitting the project into tasks upfront is like putting the pitch through a paper shredder. It too micro information that it leads to disconnection.
  • It's about the right level of abstraction.
  • Write your own issuesWrite your own issues

    Everyone on the team should write their own issues. It's faster.
    Also, from the clarity, it's easier to understand how clear they abound the end goal, thus setting up the team to do a better j...