Team Maturity Levels

Ed Elliott has the best lists:

Maturity Levels

OK so this is pretty simple, we have these levels:

  • Low
  • Medium
  • High

Wow. Just WOW

That is an amazing list, how did you come up with it? Did it come from some phd study on the effectiveness of lists in the internet age? No.

So a little more detail…

Read on for Ed’s take on database development maturity levels.  I might quibble with some of the specifics, but I agree with the principle.

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