3. Continuous ImprovementThere is

3. Continuous Improvement

There is a constant tension between pushing features and improving quality. Determining when to pull the “emergency stop” brakes and get quality under control is hard to do.

In the ideal world, all bugs would be perfectly prioritized, and there would be no SLA violating bugs. Good teams can reach and maintain this state.

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