Communication lessons to learn from Monty Python

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I love making weird connections between apparently unrelated stuff.  This morning I was watching a Monty Python short in YouTube and it reminded me of one of the most important lessons in group communications.

So here is the short – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hU0QZQRTNr0

And for those who didn’t make the automatic connection, the important communication lesson is to understand how to pass along information to each of our Stakeholders based on their specific needs and communication channels.

In our case this means to know what information is useful (bugs, tests, coverage, risks, etc?) and in what format is the appropriate (graphs, tables, written reports, dashboards, etc) for each one of our Main Stakeholders.

And remember to always look on the bright side of life

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