Suvival rights (3)

 Another software project concept aligned with the United States Bill of Rights is the assumption that one person's software project rights are another person's software project responsibilities. We all enjoy the right to free speech, but the price we pay for that right is tolerating other people's right to free speech, even when we disagree with what they say or find it offensive. On a software project, customers must pay for their rights by respecting the project team's rights, which are listed here.
The first step toward project success is getting all parties to respect the rights that make a successful project possible. The second step is to conduct the project in such a way that each party's survival needs are thoroughly satisfied and none of the parties feels threatened. How to do that is the subject of the rest of the book. 



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