Stuck with a slow development team, like everyone else?

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2 min readSep 2, 2023

Do you think your development team is too slow? Whether you are just starting out, or you are well on your way to an IPO, the #1 complaint I have heard from engineers, management, product managers, and senior management is that their team just cannot build features on time.

Sometimes, it feels like the team took 3 weeks to add two textboxes and a button to an existing page.

Sometimes, the implementation is so weird, that it is the opposite of intuitive.

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When you are a large enterprise, add unproductive meetings to the mix, where they will speak unintelligible words to explain why they ended up with this user interface.

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