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.
  • Such micro information will lead to disconnection.
    • Write your own issuesWrite your own issues

      While building a feature for a product, it is faster if everyone on the team should write their own issues.
      This makes it easier to understand how clear they abound the end goal, thus setting ...