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Punishment Driven Development

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Gathering together the best practice in using punishment as a way of managing software development, a well established method ;-)

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Punishment Driven Development

  1. 1. Punishment Driven Development #pdd Louise Elliott
  2. 2. Given that a team isn’t delivering fast enough When you have told them the delivery date over and over again Then punish them with no bonus and bad performance reviews
  3. 3. Who’s to blame?
  4. 4. A Challenge…
  5. 5. An Experiment…
  6. 6. An Experiment… Low High
  7. 7. Scenario 1 John is at a football game when he sees another fan, called Steve, wearing a scarf supporting the opposing team. John tells Steve to take the scarf off. Steve refuses and John hits him in the face.
  8. 8. Blameworthiness Punishment
  9. 9. Bonus
  10. 10. Bonus
  11. 11. Bonus
  12. 12. Bonus
  13. 13. Bonus
  14. 14. Bonus
  15. 15. Why do we punish people?
  16. 16. Why do we punish people? - To put other people off doing the same thing - So that the individual won’t do it again - For retribution - To compensate the victim
  17. 17. Scenario 2 John and Steve are hunting in the woods. Despite the fact that John has followed all safety rules his shotgun misfires, accidentally hitting Steve in the side. Steve dies before John can fetch help.
  18. 18. Blameworthiness Punishment
  19. 19. Odd man out
  20. 20. Narcissism of Small Differences (Freud, 1930)
  21. 21. Blame the BA
  22. 22. Scenario 3 John drives a security van containing money. One day Steve kidnaps John’s daughter and threatens to kill her if John doesn’t give Steve the money. John gives Steve the money from his van and his daughter is returned safely.
  23. 23. Blameworthiness Punishment
  24. 24. Yes but…
  25. 25. Hansei
  26. 26. Scenario 4 John planned to kill his mother for the inheritance. He dragged her to bed and lit her oxygen mask with his cigarette, hoping to make it look like an accident. His mother’s clothes caught fire and she burnt to death.
  27. 27. Blameworthiness Punishment
  28. 28. Self-punishment
  29. 29. Personal Kaizen
  30. 30. Angry man
  31. 31. Scenario 5 John and Steve are friends who share a competitive streak. They frequently play tennis together. One day when they are playing Steve easily defeats John 2 games in a row. In frustration, John returns the ball particularly hard and it hits Steve in the eye.
  32. 32. Blameworthiness Punishment
  33. 33. (Buckholts et al, 2015)
  34. 34. (Buckholts et al, 2015) Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex
  35. 35. Punishment Driven Development Manifesto Finding out who is to blame over working collaboratively Retribution over improving the process Punishing mistakes over avoiding future mistakes Venting emotions over achieving goals
  36. 36. Punishment Driven Development Manifesto Respecting people over controlling people Celebrating mistakes over punishing mistakes Putting yourself in their place over putting others in their place Changing your behaviour over changing another’s behaviour People
  37. 37. People Driven Development #pdd
  38. 38. linkedin.com/in/louiseelliott @IvanaTerrorBull Louise Elliott