KISS: Keep It Short and Sweet

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KISS: Keep It Short and Sweet
Thomas Haroutunian, MIS, Analyst, United States

Keep it Short and Sweet makes reference to an even shorter phrase in response to a desirable solution: Sweet!

Sweet versus KISS
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
Hi Thomas, thanks for your short and sweet posting to our forum on the KISS principle. :-)
Can you explain a little further what you mean with your statement? Thank you...

Sweet versus KISS
Thomas Haroutunian, MIS, Analyst, United States
Sure Jaap and thanks for your reply.
In Agile, the maxim "let those closest to the details manage the details" applies in project work, in my example here, to development work items.
As a project manager, I respect the professionalism of my project team and understand that business requirements no matter how high level or detailed are best left to the developer to implement. The checks and balances are demos, requirements reviews, etc. So this means the execution and control is short and sweet, leaving fresh energy to continue the push to project completion and drill down into blocks. Hope that makes sense.



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