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1-27-2009 @ 11:08AM
I have to disagree with this to a point.The "when it is ready" methodology is when the development team is calling the shots. But once something becomes a success, everyone wants to get credit for it. So we have other people (marketing etc) wanting to "control" the process".Enter Activision, and it is very easy to have an enterprising marketing manager from Blizzard convincing Activision that he (or his department) should have control over WoW development, so they can maximize profits and all that.If you already have a winning team, changing how it works mid-season is a very bad idea, but unfortunately something that happens all the time on corporate environment.
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