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TL;DR: Reporting status is not bad; wasting people's time to get information that should be readily available is bad. In a team where collaboration and transparency are nurtured, the status of each work item should be available for anyone, anytime. If a manager needs to report the status of the work, there should be means for the team to provide it in an ...


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I am not sure how one would even structure a research study to test your hypothesis. Reports always benefit those who are consuming the information, not those who are providing it. And the time and whatever other resources are necessary to provide those reports should have been allocated so stopping work to provide those reports should not interfere with &...


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