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Revision 7 . . (edit) February 9, 2004 4:21 pm USA Pacific Time by 38.112.98.xxx [Minor text cleanup.]
Revision 6 . . February 9, 2004 10:20 am USA Pacific Time by CostaPissaris
Revision 5 . . February 9, 2004 8:40 am USA Pacific Time by Dimitri
  

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* Developers, Customers and Management are not nesseserely collaborating, they may have controversial motivation. Why should DEVELOPERS satisfy their USERS if they get paid by their MANAGERS?
* Developers, Customers and Management are not necessarily collaborating, they may have controversial motivation. Why should DEVELOPERS satisfy their USERS if they get paid by their MANAGERS?

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* Strong interpersonal relationships provide motivation within a team. However a toxic environment will eventually defeat the best efforts of a team to generate better products.


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* Agile practices are motivation by itself the key is integrity.
* Agile practices are motivation by themselves; the key is integrity.

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* Agile if fragile, one can so easily compromise any of the practices and the whole approach, if the integrity is taken off.
* Agile is fragile, one can so easily compromise any of the practices and the whole approach, if the integrity is taken off.

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