On knowledge transfer

In the last 8 years of my work experience I was part of different software development teams and all of the initial steps for each individual team consisted of a knowledge transfer phase. With each team and project, the knowledge transfer phase experience was different, but not completely new. So, a couple of common “good” practices (I rather name them “good” instead of best practices) were observed and improved over time (you know what they say: inspect and adapt). The “good” practices compose a knowledge transfer plan, which is consumed in a couple of iterations until all subtopics are covered. … Continue reading On knowledge transfer