Understanding Open Teams

February 2, 2011

Chapter 8 – Open Teams

You are personally responsible for making your team an open team. And so are all of your teammates. You create an open team by redefining success. The success of a product is simple: it sells. The success of an engineer is more complicated. Writing code, creating features, and fixing bugs are not enough to make you successful. You won’t be a successful engineer unless your team is successful too. Your most powerful tools for helping your team succeed are knowledge sharing and peer review.

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