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The Bike Shed Effect versus Sweating the Small Stuff

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Versus Sweating the Small Stuff

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C.

Northcote Parkinson
Humorous/satirical economist article 1955
http://www.economist.com/node/1411612
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Book – Parki...

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The Bike Shed Effect versus Sweating the Small Stuff

  1. 1. Versus Sweating the Small Stuff
  2. 2. C. Northcote Parkinson Humorous/satirical economist article 1955 http://www.economist.com/node/1411612 1 Book – Parkinson’s Law 1958 Parkinson’s Law of Triviality
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  4. 4. “the probability of meandering goes up as the technical difficulty of the topic goes down”
  5. 5. Famous email posted to FreeBSD mailing list www.bikeshed.com
  6. 6. “to ignore complex systems in order to concentrate on something easilyunderstood, in no small part for personal glory”
  7. 7. Can we get the icon in corn flower blue?
  8. 8. Community Building Open Communication Leveller
  9. 9. “When a discussion goes into bikeshed mode it means that we know that ultimately it's not so very important in the grand scheme of things, but it opens up participation, we can talk in a relaxed way, and maybe it's an interesting topic.” https://drupal.org/node/1493418
  10. 10. Rory Sutherland
  11. 11. “Our own sense of selfaggrandisement feels that big important problems need to have big, important expensive solutions”
  12. 12. “…a class of people who have immense amounts of power, but no money at all”
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