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Re: Everybody is an architect, except when they're not

Do you also think it comes back to giving teams enough rope to hang themselves? I've seen teams that have been "told" to "get on with it" and self-organise, but they've screwed it up. In the past, such teams would rely on management to manage risks, issues, timescales, budgetary concerns and so on. But this is exactly the stuff that gets thrown out of the window (or perhaps, forgotten) when teams are told to "get on with it on their own". Are these teams capable of self-organising? Yes. Can they? Clearly not.

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