Conflicts lead to high-quality products

Conflicts in IT

  • QA specialists find more bugs to show that the product was not developed correctly; meanwhile, developers say the opposite.
  • Tech/team lead makes a code repository to reject invalid code with failed tests, incorrect code style, or without code-review approvals; meanwhile, developers want to contribute more and more as fast as possible.
  • The project manager watches the team members do their job as much as possible.

Conflict between QA and developers

Conflict between code repository and developers

Conflict between project manager and team members

  • makes appointments for task estimation,
  • sets up different dashboards and metrics in the issue tracking system to see progress and velocity,
  • facilitates performance review in the team,
  • makes processes transparent for customers and the team,
  • keeps negotiating results in documents or emails,
  • keeps documents clear for every person in the team and outside.

Why it is crucial to mind conflicts

Ways of “pressure” on the project

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