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Suggest to the people in your organization that they initiate their own improvement communities around topics that transcend multiple projects, such as testing, architecture, or user interface design [Cohn 2009:70–78]. As a manager it is best not to install such communities yourself because teams are supposed to self-organize their own communities based on their own needs. Though, of course, you can assist them if needed. (In this respect they are similar to the self-selected specialist teams that we discussed in Chapter 13, such as continuous integration teams and compone...


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